Monday, October 29, 2012

"With Arrest, Sexual Abuse Case Tied To Late BBC Host Widens" -

The New York Times Company, of course, can hire anyone it chooses to be its CEO. But if it were my decision to make, I would insist on a public explanation - and discussion - with Mr. THOMPSON on the point raised in this article, and whether that is his management style - the one he plans to bring to New York?

 "“The big failing internally, and this is where Mark comes into the picture, is the deliberate incuriosity of the senior executives,” said Mr. Elstein, who formerly worked at the BBC. “There is a culture of avoiding knowledge so as to evade responsibility.”"

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