What New York Times paid Ochs-Sulzberger family members in 2013 and 2014

Michelle Leder reports on her footnoted* blog that payments to Ochs-Sulzberger family members employed by the New York Times Company during 2014 rose from 2013. She sends this excerpt from her footnoted*Pro subscribers-only post:

Samuel Dolnick, the deputy sports editor and senior editor, mobile, for the New York Times, received compensation of $172,456 in 2014, up from $122,761 in 2013 as staff reporter and deputy sports editor for the paper. Samuel Dolnick is the son of Vice Chairman Michael Golden’s sister. Michael Golden and Chairman and Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. are cousins.
James Dryfoos was employed as program director and senior director, project management, and received compensation of $192,445, up from $175,503 in 2013.

Michael Greenspon, who was employed as general manager, news services and international, received compensation of $460,343, up from $360,933.

Rachel G. Kirscht was employed as a manager in marketing and received compensation of $103,498, up from $79,635.

David Perpich, who was employed as general manager, new digital products, received compensation of $356,252, up from $287,926.

Arthur Gregg Sulzberger was employed as an assistant editor and senior editor for strategy for The New York Times and received compensation of $153,910, up from $118,285.

The company said Arthur Sulzberger Jr., Michael Golden and the mother of Carolyn D. Greenspon are cousins. James Dryfoos and Michael Greenspon are each the son of a cousin of Arthur Sulzberger Jr. and Michael Golden, and Michael Greenspon is Carolyn D. Greenspon’s brother. Rachel G. Kirscht is Michael Golden’s daughter. David Perpich is the son of Arthur Sulzberger Jr.’s sister and Arthur Gregg Sulzberger is Arthur Sulzberger Jr.’s son.

* footnoted* (Uncovering actionable information in SEC filings since 2003) (footnoted.com)

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