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Within AP, the senior managers who oversee the organization’s essential operations make up the Associated Press Management Committee, or APMC. The group meets regularly to make the policy and business decisions needed to keep AP at the forefront of accurate, trustworthy global journalism.
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AP names Lee Enterprises' Mary Junck to lead board
Mary E. Junck, the CEO of newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises Inc., was named chairman of the AP board of directors Jan. 26, 2012.Read more