Norman Pearlstine Steps Down as Los Angeles Times Leadership Search Continues

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The Los Angeles Times’ leadership transition has accelerated with the departure of Norman Pearlstine, who served as executive editor for 2½ years.

Pearlstine announced in October that he planned to retire, but the timetable for his exit had been unclear.

On Monday, The Times’ owner and executive chairman, Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, wrote in a note to staff members that Pearlstine, 78, was no longer overseeing the newsroom and had shifted to an advisory role.

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