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John Witherow plans to step down as editor of The Times after nearly a decade, moving to chairman of Times Newspapers; a successor will be named on Wednesday
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On her new podcast, Kara Swisher interviews Chris Cuomo about his upcoming show on Nexstar's NewsNation, rebuilding trust, interviewing Andrew Cuomo, and more
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Oprah Winfrey's non-exclusive deal with Apple ends after four years; a source says both sides agreed to continue to work together on a project-by-project basis
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