– USA, NY – The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT) today announced the appointment of Anu Subramanian to its Board of Directors.
“I am pleased to welcome Anu to our board. She brings two decades of experience in key financial roles at a variety of public consumer and media companies. Her vast experience will be invaluable as we pursue our global ambitions to become the essential subscription for every curious English-speaking person seeking to understand and engage with the world,” said Board Chairman, A.G. Sulzberger.
About Anuradha B. Subramanian
Ms. Subramanian joined Bumble in 2020 as CFO. Previously, she was CFO of digital at Univision Communications Inc. She served as CFO of digital at VICE Media in 2017. From 2010 to 2017, she served in various roles at Scripps Networks Interactive, including most recently as the head of finance, and digital. Before Scripps Networks, Ms. Subramanian worked in investment banking at Citi as part of the media and telecom group. She began her career at Ernst & Young in the assurance division.
Ms. Subramanian holds an M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management and a Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) from Delhi University and is a chartered accountant in India.
About The New York Times Company
The New York Times Company is a trusted source of quality, independent journalism whose mission is to seek the truth and help people understand the world. With more than 10 million subscribers across a diverse array of print and digital products — from news to cooking to games to sports — The Times has evolved from a local and regional news leader into a diversified media company with curious readers, listeners, and viewers around the globe.
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