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'USA Today' Publisher Retires

USA Today Publisher David Hunke is retiring, which means the company will be looking for a replacement. Hunke, who has been with Gannett since 1992, was named chairman, a position he will hold until his official retirement in September.

That makes two spots to fill at the top of the masthead, since John Hillkirk left the editor in chief post in November.

Susie Ellwood, the paper's executive vice president and general manager, will oversee day-to-day operations in the meantime.

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