Larry Fuller, the publisher of the Pacific Business News, an American City Business Journals paper, plans to retire at the end of the year.
Jim Kelly of the Pacific Business News writes, “Fuller served 11 years as publisher. Only PBN founder George Mason, who led the newspaper from 1963 to 1992, held the position longer.
“‘There wasnâ€™t a day when I didnâ€™t look forward to coming to work,’ Fuller said. ‘But itâ€™s time to let someone else share the excitement.’
“A successor to Fuller is expected to be named in December.
“Fullerâ€™s tenure encompassed the technological changes to the news business that have broadened PBNâ€™s readership reach and influence but have also challenged its profitability.”
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