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August 5, 1987
Robert Steven Morris, vice president of advertising at the Denver Post, has been named publisher of the Daily News by Jack Kent Cooke, owner of the San Fernando Valley newspaper. Morris, 35, succeeds Byron C. Campbell, who resigned in March after management disagreements with Cooke, owner of the Washington Redskins football team and former owner of the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team and Los Angeles Kings hockey team. Campbell said Tuesday that he is still looking for a job.
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June 20, 1989 | JAMES BATES
Robert Steven Morris has resigned as publisher of the Daily News after nearly two years in the job. Morris, 37, declined to comment on his resignation. Lynne Jewell, public relations manager for the newspaper, also declined to answer questions on why Morris resigned, except to say that he plans "to pursue other business interests." Morris' resignation comes amid a period of labor strife at the Woodland Hills-based newspaper. In April, reporters, photographers and copy editors voted overwhelmingly to elect the Los Angeles Newspaper Guild as their union representatives after a three-year organizing drive.
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BUSINESS
June 20, 1989 | JAMES BATES
Robert Steven Morris has resigned as publisher of the Daily News after nearly two years in the job. Morris, 37, declined to comment on his resignation. Lynne Jewell, public relations manager for the newspaper, also declined to answer questions on why Morris resigned, except to say that he plans "to pursue other business interests." Morris' resignation comes amid a period of labor strife at the Woodland Hills-based newspaper. In April, reporters, photographers and copy editors voted overwhelmingly to elect the Los Angeles Newspaper Guild as their union representatives after a three-year organizing drive.
BUSINESS
August 5, 1987
Robert Steven Morris, vice president of advertising at the Denver Post, has been named publisher of the Daily News by Jack Kent Cooke, owner of the San Fernando Valley newspaper. Morris, 35, succeeds Byron C. Campbell, who resigned in March after management disagreements with Cooke, owner of the Washington Redskins football team and former owner of the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team and Los Angeles Kings hockey team. Campbell said Tuesday that he is still looking for a job.
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July 27, 1989 | JAMES F. PELTZ
David J. Auger, a cable-television marketing executive, has been named publisher of the Daily News newspaper in Woodland Hills, effective Aug. 7. Auger, 33, succeeds Robert Steven Morris, who after two years on the job resigned in June to pursue other interests. The Daily News is owned by Washington businessman Jack Kent Cooke, whose holdings also include the Washington Redskins football team and the Chrysler building in New York.
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