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Ken Babby out at Washington Post

Washington Post chief revenue officer and general manager/digital Ken Babby is leaving the paper after 12 years “in order to pursue other digital ventures.” THE MEMO: From: Katharine Weymouth Date: Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 3:01 PM Subject: Announcement: Important Organizational Changes Effective Immediately To: Wayne Connell To All Post Employees, We regret to announce … Read More
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