Boston Globe CEO Doug Franklin Steps Down

Boston Globe chief executive officer Doug Franklin stepped down Tuesday morning, less than seven months into the job, citing strategic differences with publisher John W. Henry, the owner of New England’s largest news organization.

“While John Henry and I share similar passion and vision for the Globe, we have our differences [in] how to strategically achieve our financial sustainability,” Franklin wrote in a short note to staff. “With disappointment, I am resigning from the Globe, effective immediately, and will not be part of your work shaping the Globe’s future.”

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