- n. alternative spelling of editor in chief.
“Weisberg, who is better known as the editor-in-chief of the Slate Group, one of The Washington Post's sister companies, also explains that President Obama may have sent Huntsman, who was then the governor of Utah, to China as the Obama administration's ambassador in part to keep him from running in 2012.”
“Not even after we started paying our editor-in-chief.”
“The New York Times reports that former French Vogue editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld and her successor Emmanuelle Alt aren't talking to each other.”
“But while the post-inauguration news analysis examines everything from the President's rhetoric to the First Lady's wardrobe, I thought we'd cut through the banter and revisit what then Senator Obama told Field & Stream editor-in-chief Anthony Licata during a 2007 campaign interview.”
“The demonstration, which was hosted by MTV's Andrew Jenks and NYU Local editor-in-chief Charlie Eisenhood, was designed to raise awareness for the debt crisis at NYU, where students owe a collective $659 million -- an average of $35,000 each upon graduation, which is around $11,000 higher than the national average.”
“I've lately recalled Arianna Huffington talking with Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger in London a few years ago when he -- with native irony, in front of his reporters -- asked why the hell she was hiring reporters, who are a pain in the ass to manage and expensive to boot.”
“No idea is too small, wacko, or miserly," says the Consumer Reports editor-in-chief.”
“Everyone has become so "quick to click," who isn't his or her own editor-in-chief?”
“Prevention Magazine editor-in-chief Diane Salvatore says it is someone who is excited to be a part of something larger than themselves, who put their resources and use their fame around health issues that need attention.”
“The editor-in-chief of the state-run Tishrin newspaper was fired Saturday after giving an interview to Al-Jazeera satellite station in which she held security forces responsible for Friday's violence in Daraa.”
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