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Time Inc. cuts loose founding editor of People

by / Wednesday, 24 December 2014 / News Category NYPOST MEDIA

There are probably not too many tears shed when someone in his 80s retires, but there was still surprise that Time Inc. decided to cut loose the founding editor of…

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