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Dunbar-Johnson is new publisher of ‘International Herald Tribune’

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Paris—The New York Times Co. announced that Exec VP Stephen Dunbar-Johnson has been named publisher of The International Herald Tribune. He succeeds Michael Golden, who will continue to serve as Times Co.’s vice chairman. Dunbar-Johnson was named exec VP of The International Herald Tribune in 2006. He joined the newspaper in 1998 as VP-commercial director and advertising director. Prior to that, Dunbar-Johnson was the U.K. advertisment director of The Financial Times.
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