Friday, November 13, 2009

Washington Times editor resigns

John Solomon, the executive editor of The Washington Times, has resigned, the newspaper said. Solomon has held the post since January 2008. He resigned on Nov. 6.
Solomon's resignation followed the ouster of three top employees of the newspaper — Thomas P. McDevitt, the president and publisher; Keith Cooperrider, the chief financial officer; and Douglas D.M. Joo, the chairman. Before joining The Washington Times, Solomon was an investigative reporter at the Washington Post, focusing on politics and money.

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