Sulzberger


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(sŭlz'bĕrg-ĕr),
Marion B., U.S. dermatologist, 1895-1983. See: Bloch-Sulzberger disease, syndrome, Sulzberger-Garbe disease, Sulzberger-Garbe syndrome.
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NYSE: BRX) ("Brixmor" or the "Company") announced today the appointment of Gabrielle Sulzberger as an independent director of the Company and a member of its audit committee, effective June 8, 2015.
WashingtonTue May 20, 2014(Reuters) - New York Times Co Chairman and Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr.
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While he acknowledged having "mixed emotions", about Keller's resignation, Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr.
But instead of walking us through the near-cataclysmic upheavals that have compromised the Times and, by implication, other papers, McGowan argues that the most destructive force in American journalism is the moralistic worldview of Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger dr.
Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger, in a letter to readers on Monday, said the introduction of digital subscriptions is an "investment in our future.