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The War on the Times

What You Should Have Read, April 2, 2008

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The War on the Times

Vanity Fair media watcher Michael Wolff starts out his May column with the widely held assumption that the Sulzberger family would never let go of The New York Times. Or would it? With the latest shareholder assault on the "invulnerable" paper's management -- this one from a couple of upstart hedge funds—Wolff plays out the most likely (and unlikely) scenarios, including whether Warren Buffett, Washington Post's Donald Graham, or New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg will play white knight.
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