The New York Times’ former executive editor Howell Raines has gone fishing–and so has the newspaper’s publisher, Arthur Sulzberger Jr. But Mr. Raines is looking for trout, and Mr. Sulzberger, his recent boss, needs a new executive editor.
“He caught a 21-inch rainbow trout and he told me that was a good thing,” said Mr. Read More
Departing New York Times editor Joe Lelyveld received a surprising newsroom sendoff at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 4, complete with champagne and a Dixieland band. The impromptu ceremony started off in the conference room where The Times ‘ editors meet to map out the paper’s front page. First, incoming executive editor Howell Raines made Read More
As Bill Keller ascends to the No. 2 editing position at The New York Times , the newly colorful paper of record is starting to get even tougher on conflicts of interest, particularly when it comes to the activities of one’s spouse. And the first to feel the sting is Hollywood correspondent Bernard Weinraub.
Mr. Read More