What is it with women editors?

. . . stepped down on Wednesday after a 14-month tenure marked by staff resistance to her efforts to push the paper faster and more fully into the digital era.

The editor . . . had been criticized by her staff for a top-down management style and an inability to build consensus.

No, it’s not Jill Abramson – it’s Natalie Nougayrède, editor in chief of Le Monde, who resigned on the same day.

indexHas a male top executive ever been fired for a “top-down management style and an inability to build consensus”?

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