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The New York Times Reaches Settlement With Fired Theater Critic

The New York Times and theater critic Charles Isherwood have reached a settlement after arbitration following his firing in February. A statement released by the newspaper said, "The New York Times, Charles Isherwood and the NewsGuild have reached a settlement resolving their dispute concerning Mr. Isherwood's departure from the Times. The Times wishes Mr. Isherwood well in his future endeavors.
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