The New York Times on Thursday named two managing editors to succeed Gerald Boyd, who resigned from the newspaper amid a scandal over fraudulent reporting and discontent over management policies.
The New York Times announced Wednesday it would create a "public editor," similar to an ombudsman, to scrutinize news coverage and assess readers' complaints.
The New York Times named Bill Keller, a former Times managing editor and Pulitzer Prize-winning foreign correspondent, as its new executive editor on Monday, six weeks after the newspaper's top editors resigned amid a plagiarism scandal.
New York Times Executive Editor Howell Raines and Managing Editor Gerald Boyd resigned from their posts Thursday in the wake of a damaging plagiarism scandal and amid lingering worries about the newspaper's management style and work atmosphere.
In the wake of the New York Times' trouble with plagiarism, Terence Smith reports on how newspapers can prevent such fraud and fabrication on a grand scale.
Media Corespondent Terence Smith speaks to New York Times Executive Editor Howell Raines about the resignation of former reporter Jayson Blair amid charges of plagiarism, and how his paper is handling the situation.
Three of the nation's most prominent news companies -- The New York Times Co., The Tribune Co. and Knight Ridder -- will eliminate thousands of jobs.
The New York Times yesterday announced a second round of layoffs this year at its Internet division. Nearly 14 percent of employees will be let go.
The New York Times Co.'s Web division announced Sunday it would cut 69 jobs, or 17 percent of its Internet staff, to boost its slumping budget.
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