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Times Co. defends moves at the Globe to state politicians

Chairman: Paper needs 'more stable financial footing'

By Peter J. Howe
Globe Staff / October 25, 2006

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The chairman of The New York Times Co. , Arthur Sulzberger Jr., yesterday sent letters to Massachusetts political leaders praising the "quality journalism" of its Boston Globe newspaper while saying that to maintain it, the paper needs "a more stable financial footing." (Full article: 379 words)

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