It is shocking that some of the board members should want to run a media institution like a company producing plastic buckets, with purely commercial considerations and unethical practices overwhelming editorial interests and values, thereby damaging the credibility of the newspaper.
Syas N. Ravi, former editor of The Hindu newspaper of India.
The phone hacking scandal in Britain has caused many papers around the world to examine their own integrity and ethics. Ravi is an example of someone who found his beliefs in danger, and as a result, he stepped out of the competitive circle of unethical desperation.
H/T: New York Times