If he's smart he is.
After dismal third-quarter ad sales, cutbacks became necessary.
Some people in the tabloid newsroom are.
Everything from Jared Kushner's changes to the 'Observer' to the Internet's assault on print was on the docket, plus Kyle Pope of course.
The star 'Times' business reporter is in demand.
The former No. 2 at 'Portfolio' will take over the salmon paper from outgoing editor Tom McGeveran.
Don't worry quite yet, 'Times.'
A family beef with a New Jersey paper seems to have played a role in the exit of the latest 'Observer' editor.
Minor slapping, weeping exchanged.
The paper admits that they paid a little money to Taliban guards, but not the millions he's alleging.
The company aims to reduce costs by $100 million.
That's gotta sting, Amazon Kindle.
He's off to work on "a new venture" he's been concocting.
"Even if the Titanic came in safely to New York Harbor, it was still doomed."
"We — and the entire media world — have been hit hard by both the severe recession and the seismic shifts wrought by the Web."