Newsweek's Top Editor And Staffers Suddenly This photo illustration shows a man reading a copy of the new print edition of Newsweek magazine in Washington on March 10, 2014. Newsweek, online only since the end of 2012, returned to print on March 7 in the United States and Europe. Parent company IBT Media is taking a gamble in re-launching the once-iconic news weekly, which has nearly disappeared in the face of serious financial difficulties. In crafting its print resurrection, the New York-based online media group, led by French businessman Etienne Uzac, has adopted a strategy that goes against current practices. The new magazine will seek to position itself as a high-end product, in particular with higher quality paper and printing than its competitors. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

Newsweek's Top Editor And Staffers Suddenly Fired

Newsweek Media Group on Monday fired multiple staffers from the publications it oversees. Those fired include Newsweek Editor-in-Chief Bob Roe, executive editor Ken Li and reporter Celeste Katz, multi...
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