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The New York Times Company New York, NY
Jun 25, 2020
Full time
Job Description We are seeking an experienced corporate and securities counsel to join the legal team of The New York Times Company.  This person will report to the General Counsel, serve as the assistant secretary to the Board of Directors and oversee securities matters, public company governance, executive compensation and corporate transactions.  Key Responsibilities: Manage filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including annual and quarterly reports on Forms 10-K and 10-Q, current reports on Form 8-K, proxy statements, Forms S-8, and Section 16 filings, and ensure compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations. Advise senior management on disclosure matters, including coordinating the review of earnings and other press releases, presentations, significant internal communications and other announcements. Serve as Assistant Secretary, leading and overseeing essential Board-related processes, policies and matters, including with...