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New York Times will never compromise our principles to gain subscribers, Says CEO

By Bloomberg
09 April 2019   |   10:12 am
Mark Thompson, chief executive officer at the New York Times, discusses the importance of Asia to the Times, how social media helps build their audience, how they deal with censorship around the world and the political climate in the U.S.

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