FRIDAY’S LINKS: Sulzberger Punishes Morgan Stanley, Judge Explains Hatfill Ruling, Keller on O’Shea Comments

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, Arthur Sulzberger punishes Morgan Stanley Investment Management for trying to incite a shareholder revolt at the New York Times Company, Bill Keller clarifies what he meant about poaching staffers after James O’Shea’s fighting words, and the Financial Times is contemplating different subscription models.

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The New York Times dynasty is pulling hundreds of millions of dollars out of Morgan Stanley in response to a fund manager’s move. (Fortune)

The Financial Times of London is apparently considering changes to its online subscription model. (Forbes)

Bloggers are enraged by the New York Times’ publication of images of a soldier’s death. (CJR Daily)

Philadelphia Inquirer columnist John Grogan leaving to concentrate on book projects. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Judge explains why he tossed out suit against N.Y. Times. (Washington Post)

Nikki Finke: NY Times editor Bill Keller clarifies his comments about the ability of his paper to poachreporters from all around the country. (LA Weekly/Deadline Hollywood)

William Glaberson, a reporter for the New York Times, has won thr Hal Hovey Award for outstanding journalistic coverage of state and local government. (Governing.com)

Following an outcry, the LA Times changes 9/11 headline on the sly. (Huffington Post)

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