Despite rumors to the contrary, The New York Times
is not for sale, Arthur Sulzberger Jr., the paper's fourth-generation publisher and chairman, said at a Media
Matters event at Harvard University. "Rather than looking for an exit strategy, Sulzberger said he and [cousin and vice-chairman Michael] Golden are grooming six members of the fifth generation of the
Ochs-Sulzberger family to eventually take over the company once he retires, a development the chairman hastened to add isn't coming anytime soon," writes Leon Lazaroff.
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