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Benjamin Mullin / Wall Street Journal:
HarperCollins Publishers, owned by News Corp., cancels Chris Cuomo's planned book, Deep Denial; sources say Jeff Zucker told CNN staff Cuomo won't get severance
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
A look at The Guardian's Martin Pengelly, who's repeatedly published scoops from political bestsellers, likely by getting early copies from a bookseller
Sara Fischer / Axios:
The 19th hires Julia Chan, managing editor of digital at public broadcaster KQED, as EIC starting January 10, replacing Andrea Valdez, who moved to The Atlantic
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