Abramson's abrupt firing has struck a chord, one that is deeply familiar to women with brains and ambition
Newspaper calls Abramson's departure "unexpected"
Scott Heekin-Canedy, the paper's president and general manager, will retire Dec. 30
New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. said he is confident that incoming CEO Mark Thompson had no role in the ballooning BBC sex scandal
Abramson, the former managing editor, replaces Bill Keller
The newspaper wars between the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal is re-imagined with a touch of "West Side Story"
The New York Times was rescued by a white knight – well, maybe – in the shape of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.