Times Publisher Won’t Attend Apple Tablet Unveiling

The New York Times (NYT) may well be working with Apple Inc. (AAPL) on the launch of Apple’s tablet, but it appears Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. won’t be in San Francisco for the unveiling.

In an interview Wednesday to discuss plans to charge readers for full access to nytimes.com, Mr. Sulzberger was cagey in his responses to questions about Apple. Times Co. executives said subscriptions to the Times online likely would include access to the paper on e-readers.

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