New York Times Lays Out "Last Man Standing" Strategy For Survival

In a conference call with analysts late last month, Janet L. Robinson, the president and chief executive of The New York Times Company, laid out a vision of how the company would survive the downturn that is crippling the newspaper industry.

"As other newspapers cut back on international and national coverage, or cease operations, we believe there will be opportunities for The Times to fill that void," she said, for both readers and advertisers.

But before it can execute what the industry regards as a "last-man-standing" strategy, the company has to get there first.

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