Joshua Topolsky, hired with great fanfare by Bloomberg in 2014 to oversee its web expansion as a media company, will leave the company next week after clashes with its founder, Michael Bloomberg, according to two people with knowledge of the situation. The people spoke on condition of anonymity to describe a sensitive matter.
Mr. Bloomberg has been extremely hands-on since he reassumed control of the company in September 2014, according to six current and former members of his staff, down to the appearance of graphics on television, and the website. Last December, he hired a new editor, John Micklethwait, formerly of The...
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