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Deborah Needleman Departs New York Times

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Deborah Needleman is leaving her job as editor of The New York Times’ style magazine called T Magazine. She worked for the publication since 2012.

There is no word yet on what her plans are for the future.

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New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet sent a meemo to its staffers in which he expressed regret over Needleman’s departure. He also sang Deborah Needleman’s praises saying, “During her four years as editor of T, Deborah Needleman has turned the magazine into a wildly creative mix of design, literature and high style. It is vital to our coverage of fashion and culture.”

Deborah Needleman had previously worked for The Wall Street Journal.

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