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Marcus Brauchli

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    Brauchli Reacts to ‘Brave’ Washington Post SaleMarcus Brauchli, the last ex-editor of the Graham era, reacts.
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    Marcus Brauchli Finally, Officially Out As Washington Post EditorIt’s been rumored for a while, and Martin Baron of the Boston ‘Globe’ is stepping in.
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    Washington Post Apologized for Publishing Articles the Arizona Republic Already PublishedThe paper “borrowed and duplicated” substantial material.
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    Rupert Murdoch Could Write a Book on How to Undermine an ExecutiveThe News Corp. owner made mincemeat of ‘Journal’ editor Marcus Brauchli after purchasing the paper and bending it to his will.
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    Sally Quinn Banished to Web After Printing Family Gossip in ColumnApparently, not even the editor of the Washington ‘Post’ cares about why her son is getting married on the same day as her step-granddaughter.
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    NYT vs. WSJ Flame War ContinuesBill Keller and Robert Thomson continue to fight.
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    Awesome Fight Breaks Out at Washington Post ‘Style’ SectionMinor slapping, weeping exchanged.
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    Marcus Brauchli Tapped to Edit Washington ‘Post’As was widely anticipated, the ousted ‘Journal’ managing editor has found a new home.
  9. company town
    It’s Official: Rush Limbaugh Will Never Shut UpPlus, job cuts at the Los Angeles ‘Times,’ Jill Zarin’s favorite things, and Carl Icahn’s bad news, in today’s industry roundup.
  10. company town
    The Donald Will Go OnDonald Trump is strong and solid, like a freight ship battered by stormy seas. Meanwhile, Angelo Mozilo of Countrywide and Don Imus are riding around on rickety catamarans. All that and more metaphors in our daily roundup of real-estate, law, media and finance news.
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    ‘Journal’ Oversight Committee’s Protests Come Too LateThe oversight board, meant to protect the paper’s editorial integrity, says Murdoch’s move to oust Marcus Brauchli violates the “letter and spirit” of its bylaws. Too bad there’s nothing they can do about it now.
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    Rupert Murdoch and Robert Thomson: A Tale of the TapeIn which we discover why Murdoch loves Thomson so much: They may be exactly the same person!
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    A Bancroft Calls Out Rupert Murdoch for Going Against His WordBut even she seems to realize that doing so is an exercise in futility.
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    Marcus Brauchli’s Ouster: the ‘Journal’ Version vs. the ‘Observer’ VersionEach paper has a distinctly different “take” in their extensive coverage of Brauchli’s departure.
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    Rupert Murdoch to Give ‘Newsday’ the Brauchli Treatment?He’s all over the news today, for his potential ‘Newsday’ deal, and for the backstory behind Marcus Brauchli’s ouster at the ‘Journal.’
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    Memo: Marcus Brauchli Thinks News Corp. Should Pick a Managing Editor They LikeThe outgoing ‘Journal’ editor officially announces his resignation in a letter to his staff.
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    ‘Journal’ Managing Editor Out, Murdoch In?Speculation as to why Marcus Brauchli is leaving, after only serving as managing editor for eleven months, is rampant.
  18. intel
    Who Will Catch the ‘Journal’ Stars? Even before Rupert Murdoch declared his intentions, The Wall Street Journal was already a bit under siege. The paper is full of talent that other publications want, and greedy rival editors — from Business Week, Forbes, Fortune, Portfolio, Newsweek, Time, the Times — are drawing up their lists of Journalistas to entice away. After the jump, a speculative shopping list.