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Cuts Cited as 'L.A. Times' Editor Resigns

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Cuts Cited as 'L.A. Times' Editor Resigns

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John Carroll, the respected editor of The Los Angeles Times, is resigning, sources say, because of a reluctance to institute staff cuts dictated by the paper's owner, the Tribune Company. The paper's managing editor, Dean Baquet, has been mentioned as a possible successor.

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