Conflict of Interest

It turns out that, if The New York Times‘ publisher, Arthur Sulzberger Jr, hadn’t fired his Executive Editor, Jill Abramson, his Managing Editor (and Abramson’s deputy), Dean Baquet would have quit.

Then Sulzberger offered Abramson’s job to Baquet. And he accepted.

No conflict of interest here. Mm, mm. It’s the Times.

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