"We risked losing Dean , and we risked losing more than Dean," Sulzberger tells Vanity Fair
Arthur Sulzberger Jr. says he fired Jill Abramson because "she had lost the support of her masthead colleagues"
An internal memo sent out by New York Times' CEO decries The New Yorker's report of a pay gap
Abramson's abrupt firing has struck a chord, one that is deeply familiar to women with brains and ambition
New reports shed light on the cause of New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson's termination
Media reports gather steam that New York Times editor was fired over demanding equal pay
The newspaper's first female executive editor is out after less than three years on the job
"My concern with that situation with both Bill and Emma was I wondered whether they'd taken good care," she says
Currently a columnist, he'll leave next month to head non-profit journalism start-up The Marshall Project
These criticisms sound like stereotypical slurs so often leveled against women leaders
The soon-to-depart executive editor will also switch from a magazine column to op-ed after an unusual stint in the weekly magazine
Freshly minted New York Times executive editor calls Huffington "inventive" during CNN interview
Abramson is being touted as someone with digital savvy, though she isn't on Twitter. What she needs is a vision
Abramson, the former managing editor, replaces Bill Keller
As predicted, Bill Keller follows "#TwitterMakesYouStupid" message with an essay for NYT Magazine
Executive lobs open-ended, rage-baiting tweet, and gets what he was likely looking for: fodder for a column
Producers, distributors, aggregators and tech enablers are now pitted in momentous clashes, with tens of billions of dollars at stake
Huffington responds to Bill Keller's aggregation claims in a counterattack
In his first column for revamped New York Times magazine, Bill Keller sounds off on "orgy of self-reference"
A movie based on the outrage caused by the whistle-blowing website is a blockbuster waiting to happen!
In an online Q+A, Bill Keller explains paper's decision to publish "secret cables"
Congressman wants site classified as "terrorist" organization; Times editor Bill Keller defends publishing "secret cables"
Executive editor of Bloomberg BusinessWeek, ex-New York mag fills slot vacated by Gerry Marzorati
Executive editor Bill Keller: 'I expect that in my lifetime there will be a New York Times in print'
National political correspondent takes over L.A. bureau; three reporters -- including Matt Bai -- to replace him
Keller: No more layoffs planned
Executive editor Bill Keller on "excruciating process"; buyouts will "fall short" of 100 needed
Memo from Keller: Paper names new standards, culture editors.