Claudia Gonzalez, whose influence over Sulzberger's schedule and ideas about the company were reported on in several outlets, is apparently no longer in the picture.
Report: Internal grumbling that 'Times' publisher (and interim C.E.O.) Arthur Sulzberger Jr. travels too much
In a piece today about the "leadership vacuum" at the New York Times Co. following the abrupt exit late last year of C.E.O. Janet Robinson, Bloomberg's Edmund Lee and John Helyar report that some executives are uneasy about chairman Arthur Sulzberger's international travel schedule.
This is not the first time questions have been asked about Sulzberger's travel schedule—or the fact that he now appears to be in a committed cross-continental relationship.
New York Times muckety-mucks (and probably lots of other kinds of muckety-mucks) will soon be streaming in to legendary Midtown nightclub Copacabana for Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger's big 60th birthday bash.
Our sources are calling it an intimate fete for the friends and family of Sulzberger and his significant other, Claudia Gonzalez, of Mexican glossy-mag fame (about whom we found on on Monday, remember?)
“Mexican woman enchants head of New York Times” is the headline on the web version of the article, which popped up just about a month ago on the magazine's website to tease the story. “Claudia González is romantically involved with the president of this media company, Arthur Sulzberger Jr.,” reads a subheading. “They met in Mexico and it was love at first sight.”