Time Inc. CEO Jack Griffin Fired Amid Culture Clash
"His leadership style and approach did not mesh with Time Inc. and Time Warner," says TW CEO Jeff Bewkes in a memo about the executive, who took over the division only late last year.
NEW YORK - Time Warner chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes told staff at the media conglomerate's Time Inc. magazine unit Thursday that Jack Griffin, who had taken over the division only a few months ago, is leaving as his leadership style didn't mesh with the company.
"Although Jack is an extremely accomplished executive, I concluded that his leadership style and approach did not mesh with Time Inc. and Time Warner," Bewkes said in a memo that was unusually candid for the media industry.
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