New editor named at Italy's top newspaper-source


MILAN, March 30 (Reuters) - The board of Italian publisher RCS Mediagroup has agreed to appoint a new editor at Corriere della Sera, the country's leading newspaper, a source close to the board said on Monday. The board picked Ferruccio De Bortoli, a former Corriere editor whose resignation in 2003 was linked by some to the newspaper's increasingly critical articles about Silvio Berlusconi's second government, the source said. Berlusconi, who returned to the prime minister's office last ...

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