“What’s really at stake for Brian Tierney in this newspaper deal is his legacy”

Philadelphia Magazine
There are rumblings that Philadelphia Media Holdings CEO Brian Tierney‘s reign might be coming to a close, reports Steve Volk. Vice president Mark Frisby has started taking a more active role in running the Inquirer and Daily News, and there’s talk that PMH chairman Bruce Toll and CEO Tierney (left) aren’t getting along, and that Tierney might find a graceful exit from his CEO post, leaving Frisby in charge. (Single-page version of the feature.)

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