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05/27/2012 01:18 am ET | Updated Jul 27, 2012

The New York Times’s Arthur Sulzberger Jr. And The Demise Of Janet Robinson

As the paper's stock price has declined in recent years, there has been increasing unease among the Ochs-Sulzberger clan, who control the paper through a special class of shares. Three years ago, facing huge debt problems, the company suspended the lucrative stock dividend that once flowed quarterly to the family's 40-plus members, intensifying the need to solve the intractable advertising problems of the newspaper in the digital age and figure out a way to turn the family's cash spigot back on. Janet Robinson, the company's advertising brains, found herself caught between her increasingly remote boss and a frustrated family ­worried over the future of its 116-year-old fortune.

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