headline of the moment

Actually the moment has already passed. On Friday the NYTimes print edition included the following amazing headline in the "Business Day" section:

Random House Names an Editor With Literary Ties
By evening at least, the online edition was displaying the somewhat less satirical caption to the same story:
New Editor at Random House
Someone decided not to reference quite so dramatically what the Times article calls the publishing house's recent "unusually harsh dismissal" of the new editor's predecessor, Ann Godoff, in what most people in the publishing world considered a move away from quality and toward the more commercial status of the firm's sister company, Ballantine, with which the Random House label itself was consolidated at the same time.

[editor's note: I suppose we should just be happy we get anything at all these days other than John Grisham and Danielle Steele. Look at what's happened to radio and television.]