The Future of the Washington Post Co. Without Its Flagship Newspaper

By: Jia Lynn Yang | The Washington Post

The sale of the Washington Post newspaper Tuesday marked an emotional milestone for its former parent company, but the firm’s future long ago stopped revolving around its flagship publication.

What comes next is as much a mystery as the company’s new name, which has yet to be unveiled. Chief executive and chairman Donald E. Graham is 68, with no obvious successor. And Kaplan, the education business that could constitute about two-thirds of the company’s revenue, is in the middle of a massive turnaround.


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