International Herald Tribune to Be Renamed

    Two women walk past the International Herald Tribune headquarters in Neuilly sur Seine, outside Paris, Tuesday Oct. 22, 2002. The Washington Post signed a letter of intent to sell its 50 percent stake in the Paris-based International Herald Tribune to the current joint owner, The New York Times. (AP Photo/Laurent Rebours)

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    The International Herald Tribune will be renamed The International New York Times, the company’s CEO announced Monday. The change will take place this fall. In a statement, the New York Times Co. CEO Mark Thompson said the change is the result of the “digital revolution” making the newspaper’s flagship brand “one of the world’s best-known news providers.” “We want to exploit that opportunity,” Thompson said. A Times spokesperson did not comment on how the change would affect the company’s employees.

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