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Kilgore told Politico he could not comment on personnel matters.
Rupert Murdoch, when buying the Journal in 2007, had said that Kilgore “invented modern journalism.”
The Herald Tribune, Kilgore told its owners in 1958, was too much defined as not-The-Times.
Kilgore made a few key points then that hold great value today as well.
From time to time, as he glanced around, he caught Mrs. Kilgore's eyes studying him very intently.
Kilgore paid but little attention to any of this, and only now and then bestowed a glance upon the vicious woman.
"You must have looked the house over to find it, for I hid it carefully," said Mrs. Kilgore, looking sharply at him.
The faces of Kilgore and Matthew Stall, however, betrayed more secret exultation than surprise.
"I'll close that saucy trap of yours, at all events," sneered Kilgore.