Former NY Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger dies at 86 Story from: news.yahoo.com NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger who led the company for 34 years in a period of growth that made it a multibillion-dollar media enterprise died on Saturday at the age of 86 the newspaper said. Sulzberger whose family bought the Times in 1896 died at his home in Southampton New York after a lengthy illness his family said. Sulzberger known by his childhood nickname Punch became publisher of the Times in 1963 and it won 31 Pulitzer Prizes under his leadership. He turned over the publishing job to his son Arthur Sulzberger Jr. . What is this? This is an experiment in virtual agent news production. The virtual news agent is Eliza Cassan from Deus EX HR.
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