Washington Post’s marketing exec quits over faux pas

Close the book on Charles Pelton’s career at The Washington Post . “The marketing executive at the center of The Washington Post’s discredited plan to charge power-brokers for private dinners with the paper’s publisher and journalists has resigned from The Post, the paper disclosed on Friday,” The New York Times ’ Richard Perez-Pena reported. Pelton was head of the company’s new conferences and events business.

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