The New York Times Co. has renamed the iconic 126-year-old International Herald Tribune. It's now the International New York Times, reports The Wrap, which will be introduced later this year as a multiplatform version of the NYT. According to a NYT story on the renaming, the fate of the IHT's staffers is unclear. Half of the newspaper’s staff work in Paris, and the rest operate across the globe. Founded in 1887 as the European edition of the New York Herald, the paper has been headquartered in Paris ever since.