NY Times forms separate company for its Internet holdings

- The New York Times Company has formed a separate unit for its online publishing operations in a move which consolidates all of its internet activity into a single business.

- The New York Times Company has formed a separate unit for its online publishing operations in a move which consolidates all of its internet activity into a single business.

The new unit is to be called the Times Company Digital and will be headed by Martin Niesenholtz. Niesenholtz, who is currently president of The New York Times Electronic Media Company, takes on the new role of chief executive officer.

Martin will oversee more than 40 websites including The New York Times site, www.nytimes.com; the website of the Boston Globe, www.Boston.com, and of New York Today and Wine Today.





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