Jill Abramson, fired, as NY Times Editor

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Jill Abramson after less than three years on the job is left go as the editor of America’s newspaper, the New York York Times. In an announcement that came as a surprise New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., said that he was replacing Abramson with her number 2 in the newsroom, Dean Baquet.

Abramson was the NYT’s first female executive editor, her replacement, Baquet becomes the paper’s first black American Editor.

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