Wednesday, January 28, 2009

To Quit or Not to Quit?

Ann Marie Lipinski thought about it, then thought about it some more. As editor of the Chicago Tribune, Lipinski was acquainted with stress – her tenure had begun a few months before September 11, 2001 – but the haggles and the hassles had multiplied as the months rolled on. Parent Tribune Co.'s financial problems, the pressure and the conflict, were constant. Controversial new owner Sam Zell had taken over. There were family issues to consider, too. After 30 years in the Tribune's newsroom, Lipinski began to wonder if it was time to go.

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