['sʌlzbəːgə], Arthur Ochs, amerikanischer Verleger, * New York 5. 2. 1926; Mehrheitsgesellschafter des der Familie Sulzberger gehörenden Mehrmedienunternehmens »The New York Times Co.«. Er ist Leiter und war 1963-92 Herausgeber der »New York Times« (NYT), die 1935-61 von seinem Vater Arthur Hays Sulzberger (* 1891, ✝ 1968) herausgegeben wurde.

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