In an unusual move, Mr O'Sullivan will remain with the newspaper in a newly created role as environment, agriculture and science editor.Mr O'Sullivan succeeded Geraldine Kennedy in 2011 as editor of 'The Irish Times'.In a statement yesterday he thanked staff at the paper for their work, but also pointed to the challenges of the role."My term has coincided with unprecedented turbulence and uncertainty for media businesses," he said.My latest piece for The Irish Times talks about the guilt that keeps you from giving up on a book, and how it can be liberating to free yourself from something you’re not enjoying. The app brings you breaking news from Ireland and around the world, with comprehensive coverage of the latest in business and sport.A meeting had been held between her, her representative and the company but no resolution was settled on.
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