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The New York Times Company
Headquarters New York, NY
Key People Meredith Kopit Levien, President and CEO; Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., Chairman
Products Media

The New York Times Company is a leading media company whose ownership includes The New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, The Boston Globe, 16 other daily newspapers, WQXR-FM and more than 50 Web sites, including, and

The New York Times (("NYT") hires expert journalist in their fields, including doctors covering health, lawyers covering law and former U.S. Marines covering war. They have economists and MBAs covering the economy.[1]


The New York Times was first printed in 1851.

A science reporter for the NYT, William L. Laurence, was the only journalist to witness bombing of Nagasaki. He wrote the official history of the A-Bomb project.

The NYT ran a series of exposes in 1871 on the corrupt Tweed Ring, which ends its domination of New York City Hall.

In 1971, the NYT Pulitzer Prize winning stories by Sydney H. Schanberg and Dith Pran about Cambodia falling to the Khmere Rouge regime was the basis of the Oscar-nominated film, "The Killing Fields."

Also in 1971, the NYT published a series of excerpts from the U.S. government's classified history of the Viet Nam War. The Nixon Administration went to court to block the publication, which the Washington Post had begun publishing. The NYT won the case at the Supreme Court in a 6-3 ruling, which allowed the series to continue to be published.

More than a dozen men were exonerated in 2013 after a NYT investigation led to the review of 50 Brooklyn murder cases.

The NYT in 2017 exposed the secret histories of prominent men across industries who were accused of sexual harassment and misconduct towards women ranging from actresses to factory workers. The articles won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service and set off the #MeToo movement.

The NYT created The 1619 Project in 2019 to mark the anniversary of the first ship carrying enslaved Africans arriving in what would become the United States.

In 2020, the New York Times created a consistently updated stream of information about Covid1-9, involving more than 1100 journalists.[2]

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Key People[edit]

  • Dean Baquet - Executive Editor[3]
  • Meredith Kopit Levien - President and Chief Executive Officer
  • Jacqueline M. Welch - Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
  • Meghan Louttit - Deputy Editor, Digital News Design
  • Philip B. Corbett - Associate Managing Editor, Standards
  • Lian Chang - Product Design Director, Multimedia
  • Monica Drake - Assistant Managing Editor
  • Diane Brayton - Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
  • Pui-Wing Tam - Deputy Editor, Business
  • A. G. Sulzberger - Chairman and Publisher
  • Iva Dixit - Audience Editor, The New York Times Magazine
  • Holly Harnisch - Director, Brand Marketing
  • Tara Sarath - Senior Manager, Email Operations
  • Farhad Manjoo - Opinion Columnist
  • Keith McLeod - Vice President, Marketing Operations
  • Jordan Jacobson - Associate Creative Director, Marketing
  • Julia Simon - Director, Audience and Operations, Audio
  • Natalie Booth - H.R. Business Partner, International
  • Kathleen Kingsbury - Opinion Editor
  • Mara Gay - Editorial writer
  • Choire Sicha - Editor, Styles
  • Guy Griggs - Executive Advertising Director
  • David Rubin - Chief Marketing Officer
  • Motoko Rich - Tokyo Bureau Chief
  • Ellen Barry - International Correspondent
  • Kathy Ryan - Director of Photography, The New York Times Magazine
  • Audra Burch - National Enterprise Correspondent
  • Michael Barbaro - Host, "The Daily"
  • Allison Murphy *Senior Vice President, Ad Innovation
  • Tracie Lee - Product Design Director
  • Sebastian Tomich - Global Head of Advertising
  • Claudio Cabrera - Deputy Off-Platform Director
  • Anna Bialas - Data Visualization Analyst
  • Hannah Yang - Head of Subscription Growth
  • John Eligon - National Correspondent
  • William Bardeen - Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer


  1. Journalism. New York Times.
  2. History. New York Times.
  3. Our People. New York Times.