Former L.A. Times publisher reportedly got $2.5 million after secretly recording his ex-boss Michael Ferro – Los Angeles Times

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Former L.A. Times publisher reportedly got $2.5 million after secretly recording his ex-boss Michael Ferro

The L.A. Times’ former publisher and editor, Davan Maharaj, reportedly got a $2.5-million settlement last year following his exit from Tribune Publishing after revealing to a mediator he had recorded anti-Semitic comments allegedly made by the company’s largest shareholder, Michael Ferro.

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