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Time is a weekly news magazine with a moderate political slant that was founded by Henry Luce, and whose CEO since 2002 has been Ann S. Moore.
It is published by Time Inc, a division of Time Warner.
Church of Scientology Controversy
In May 1991 Time featured an article on the origins and then-current controversies facing the Church of Scientology, a quasi scientific religious organization that was founded by science fiction author L. Ron Hubbard. The article led to a libel lawsuit from the Church, which was dismissed in 2001 .
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- Nick Nicholas - former president
- Paul Sagan - former president
- Nora P. McAniff
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- Richard Behar, "Scientology: The Cult of Greed", Time, May 1991.