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Jill Abramson

  1. quel scandale
    The Book Publishing Scandals of Early February: Holy HellJill Abramson, Dan “tumor” Mallory, Bezos’s “picks,” YA troubles — and it’s only the 8th.
  2. books
    Jill Abramson Accused of Plagiarism in Merchants of TruthThe evidence has been described as “overwhelming.”
  3. plagiarism
    Former New York Times Editor Jill Abramson Accused of PlagiarismAfter initially denying the allegations, Abramson tweeted, “I take seriously the issues raised and will review the passages in question.”
  4. book excerpt
    My Tumultuous Time at the New York TimesJill Abramson on her lessons in journalism — and management — from editing the New York Times during the great digital disruption.
  5. #metoo
    The GOP Thinks #MeToo Is a Chance to Exploit the ‘Biased’ PressBut their attempts just show how much they get wrong about journalism.
  6. setbacks
    25 Famous Women on How Getting Fired Makes You StrongerLessons from Joan Rivers, Kerry Washington, Hari Nef, and more.
  7. love and war
    25 Famous Women on CryingFrom Tina Fey to Condoleezza Rice.
  8. Abramson Gets $1 Million to Write About MediaThe former executive editor of the New York Times plans to write about “the future of media.”
  9. Jill Abramson Is Now Writing for Free WeekliesShe’ll have a 3,000-word piece in Straus Media papers this week.
  10. Jill Abramson Might End Up at the Huffington Post The journalism start-up she’s planning with Steve Brill is looking for a home.
  11. Jill Abramson’s Start-up Will Pay $100K Per StoryAnd only publish once a month.
  12. Jill Abramson Is Working on a Journalism Start-up With Steve BrillHe and I will be doing one big story a year.”
  13. frivolity
    Finally, ‘Serious’ Women Are Standing Up for Fashion MagazinesFor Jill Abramson and Alyssa Mastromonaco, appearing between sex and fashion articles isn’t “demeaning.”
  14. Jill Abramson: Call Me a ‘Fired’ Times EditorWhy hide that?” she said.
  15. Jill Abramson Breaks Silence (on Girls)The fired executive editor is finally giving interviews.
  16. Jill Abramson Going From 1 Tattoo to AnotherThe fired Times editor will teach at Harvard.
  17. New York Post Lands Exclusive ‘Prolonged, Guttural’ Jill Abramson GruntArgh-ughhh-grrr.”
  18. Dean Baquet: Jill Abramson Fired Over ‘Significant Disagreement,’ Not Her GenderI never said to anyone it’s me or Jill.”
  19. Abramson Can Disparage NYT Whenever She WantsThe fired executive editor refused to sign a non-disparagement agreement.
  20. Jill Abramson Blogs NowOne former Times editor remembers another at the Huffington Post.
  21. our selfies ourselves
    How Instagram Became the Best Crisis PRWho needs Olivia Pope? Beyoncé, Bieber, and Jill Abramson prefer pictures.
  22. Sulzberger Praises Abramson, Then Piles on More CriticismI’m not going to let lies like this lie.”
  23. Ira Glass Doesn’t Know or Care Who Edits the New York TimesThe “This American Life” host admits he’s not up on the biggest media story of the moment.
  24. Jill Abramson Commencement Speech: On ResilienceAt Wake Forest, the former New York Times editor delivered her first public remarks since her firing.
  25. BuzzFeed Probably Shouldn’t Have Published Its Journalism Salary SurveyBuzzFeed deserves credit for tackling a controversial subject shrouded in mystery, but its survey is too flawed to be of much use.
  26. Jill Abramson’s Daughter Teases Her Commencement SpeechShe’ll “show ‘em what she’s made of … again.”
  27. Report: Miscommunication Led to Abramson FiringThe final straw: Sulzberger felt she was lying.
  28. Arthur Sulzberger Jr. Hits Back [Updated]The Times publisher reportedly felt “misled” by Jill Abramson.
  29. Jill Abramson Refused to Go Quietly From the TimesOffered the chance by Arthur Sulzberger to say she was stepping down, Abramson refused.
  30. solutions
    How Should Jill Abramson Cover Up Her Times Tattoo? Five Brooklyn tattoo artists gave it a shot. 
  31. Jill Abramson Will Not Be Going to Graduation at BrandeisBut she will still speak at Wake Forest’s.
  32. Jill Abramson’s Salary Is Revealed, and It’s Lower Than Her Male Predecessor’sThough the Times says her “total compensation” was higher.
  33. Jill Abramson Has a ‘Badass New Hobby’: BoxingInstead of commenting on her firing, Abramson appeared on Instagram, gloves on.
  34. Times Denies Abramson Was Paid Less Than MenCompensation played no part whatsoever in my decision that Jill could not remain as executive editor,” says Sulzberger.
  35. office politics
    Jill Abramson Will Never Know Why She Got FiredWomen leaders can never be sure if they’re struggling because of their own performance, or others’ expectations.
  36. Sulzberger Swings the Axe: Why He Fired AbramsonA long good-bye that nobody saw coming.
  37. ink-stained wretches
    Meet Dean Baquet, the NYT’s First Black BossHe takes over immediately after Jill Abramson’s sudden departure.
  38. How New York Times Staffers Reacted to Jill Abramson’s Departure And the news that managing editor Dean Baquet will replace her.
  39. Jill Abramson Suddenly Out As New York Times Editor [Updated]Managing editor Dean Baquet will take over.
  40. Jill Abramson Has a New York Times-Style T Tattoo [Updated]The executive editor says she has four pieces of body art.
  41. A Cheat Sheet to Anonymous New York Times Trash-TalkEditor Jill Abramson knows how these things go.
  42. The New York Times Magazine Needs Serious Fixing, Says Jill AbramsonEven before it names a new editor.
  43. Politico Made Jill Abramson CryThen the New York ‘Times’ editor brushed it off.
  44. New York Times Staffers Publicly Complain About BossAnonymously, to Politico.
  45. New York Times Loses Two to ABC News Despite PleadingJill Abramson gave it her all to keep them.
  46. New York Times to Try Selling Boston Globe AgainIt won’t be easy.
  47. Jill Abramson Wishes She Could Whine MoreShe’s too important now.
  48. Jill Abramson Determined to Help Women at NYTIf anyone has a problem with that, too bad.”
  49. Major Shakeout Looms for Top New York Times EditorsBegging and pleading” to shrink the top of the masthead.
  50. New York Times Will Stop Letting Sources Make Sure They Sound GoodA nice policy bans the controversial practice of quote approval.
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