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August 4, 2009
New post: Steven L. Isenberg, a former Times executive who most recently was a visiting professor of humanities at the University of Texas (Austin), has been named executive director of PEN American Center, the writers group that advocates for literary and human rights.
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August 4, 2009
New post: Steven L. Isenberg, a former Times executive who most recently was a visiting professor of humanities at the University of Texas (Austin), has been named executive director of PEN American Center, the writers group that advocates for literary and human rights.
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BUSINESS
September 13, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
Steven L. Isenberg, associate publisher of Newsday, will become executive vice president of marketing of the Los Angeles Times, the paper announced Wednesday. Isenberg, 49, will start in the new position on Jan. 1. Isenberg will succeed Don Clark, 64, who will continue as an executive vice president during 1991 to ensure an orderly transition before retiring. The Times and Newsday are owned by Times Mirror Co.
BUSINESS
July 15, 1995 | STUART SILVERSTEIN and JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Times Mirror Co., seeking to cut costs, announced Friday that it will close New York Newsday, a 10-year-old daily that had enjoyed journalistic success but couldn't gain a profitable foothold in the city's intensely competitive newspaper market. The closing will lead to the elimination of 700 to 800 jobs, including positions both in New York City and Long Island, home of the paper's sister publication, Newsday. Combined, the city and suburban papers employ 3,200 workers.
BUSINESS
August 6, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
EuGene L. Falk has been named executive vice president and general manager of the Los Angeles Times, and Lawrence M. Higby has been named executive vice president, marketing, it was announced Wednesday. David Laventhol, The Times' publisher and chief executive officer, said the promotions will take effect in September, when Steven L. Isenberg, currently The Times' executive vice president, marketing, leaves Los Angeles to rejoin Newsday, the Long Island, N.Y.-based paper, as deputy publisher.
BUSINESS
November 2, 1994 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Times Mirror Co. on Tuesday announced the resignation of Robert M. Johnson as publisher, president and chief executive of Long Island-based Newsday, citing "differences in business philosophy" between Johnson and senior management of Times Mirror, the parent of Newsday and the Los Angeles Times. Johnson, 49, is succeeded by Raymond A. Jansen, 55, publisher and chief executive since 1990 of the Hartford Courant, another Times Mirror paper. Steven L.
BUSINESS
July 15, 1995 | STUART SILVERSTEIN and JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Times Mirror Co., seeking to cut costs, announced Friday that it will close New York Newsday, a 10-year-old daily that had enjoyed journalistic success but couldn't gain a profitable foothold in the city's intensely competitive newspaper market. The closing will lead to the elimination of 700 to 800 jobs, including positions both in New York City and Long Island, home of the paper's sister publication, Newsday. Combined, the city and suburban papers employ 3,200 workers.
BUSINESS
July 3, 1986
Times Mirror Co., Los Angeles, named William J. Rowe publisher and chief executive of its Southern Connecticut Newspapers subsidiary, which publishes the Stamford Advocate and Greenwich Time. Rowe had been president and chief executive of Times Mirror National Marketing. In his new post, Rowe replaces Steven L. Isenberg, who is becoming publisher of another Times Mirror paper, Newsday in Long Island, N.Y. Times Mirror publishes the Los Angeles Times.
BUSINESS
September 14, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
Lawrence M. Higby, president of the Los Angeles Times Orange County edition and a vice president of The Times, and William A. Niese, vice president and general counsel, have been promoted to newly created positions of senior vice presidents. Higby, as senior vice president of consumer marketing, will oversee circulation, promotion and cable marketing programs at The Times, including marketing of the paper's Orange County, San Fernando Valley, Ventura and San Diego editions.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1991
Jeffrey S. Klein has been named president of the Los Angeles Times San Fernando Valley and Ventura County editions, David Laventhol, Times publisher and chief executive officer, announced. Klein is currently assistant to the publisher. Klein will replace Jeffrey S. Hall, who has been named special assistant to Richard T. Schlosberg III, group vice president, newspapers, for The Times' parent company, Times Mirror Co.
BUSINESS
November 2, 1994 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Times Mirror Co. on Tuesday announced the resignation of Robert M. Johnson as publisher, president and chief executive of Long Island-based Newsday, citing "differences in business philosophy" between Johnson and senior management of Times Mirror, the parent of Newsday and the Los Angeles Times. Johnson, 49, is succeeded by Raymond A. Jansen, 55, publisher and chief executive since 1990 of the Hartford Courant, another Times Mirror paper. Steven L.
BUSINESS
August 6, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
EuGene L. Falk has been named executive vice president and general manager of the Los Angeles Times, and Lawrence M. Higby has been named executive vice president, marketing, it was announced Wednesday. David Laventhol, The Times' publisher and chief executive officer, said the promotions will take effect in September, when Steven L. Isenberg, currently The Times' executive vice president, marketing, leaves Los Angeles to rejoin Newsday, the Long Island, N.Y.-based paper, as deputy publisher.
BUSINESS
September 13, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
Steven L. Isenberg, associate publisher of Newsday, will become executive vice president of marketing of the Los Angeles Times, the paper announced Wednesday. Isenberg, 49, will start in the new position on Jan. 1. Isenberg will succeed Don Clark, 64, who will continue as an executive vice president during 1991 to ensure an orderly transition before retiring. The Times and Newsday are owned by Times Mirror Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 21, 2000 | JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John V. Lindsay, a former mayor of New York City who was an ardent champion of the cities and a tireless crusader for civil rights, died late Tuesday at Hilton Head Medical Center in South Carolina. He was 79. The immediate cause of death was pneumonia, but Lindsay had been in poor health for some time, suffering from Parkinson's disease and other illnesses.
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