New York Times Company chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. gave a resounding vote of confidence to Mark Thompson, the former chief of the BBC who is under scrutiny for his handling of a sex scandal and is due to take over as CEO of the Times Company on Nov. 12.
Somewhere in the middle of a New York Times story about the Times Company's $88.1 million quarterly loss, a company source told reporter Amy Chozick that it would name a new CEO as soon as September.
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