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New memoir recounts fall of saigon

The Associated Press with RosettaBooks is publishing "Saigon Has Fallen," an intimate remembrance on the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Peter Arnett. The book tells the story of Arnett’s role covering the Vietnam War for AP from 1962 to April 30, 1975, when North Vietnamese forces entered and took control of Saigon, the capital of South Vietnam.
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An update for
AP Mobile
released this week includes new features for the Apple Watch. Here, Michael Boord, director of mobile products, writes about the new app, the shift to wearable technology and what it means for innovation at AP.
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AP announces new board directors

Two new members were named and 10 incumbents were re-elected to The Associated Press board of directors, as announced at AP’s annual meeting at its New York headquarters. Joining the board is Kirk Davis, CEO of GateHouse Media LLC and chief operating officer of New Media Investment Group, and Patrick J. Talamantes, president and CEO of The McClatchy Company.
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Read about AP’s 2014 accomplishments and our news exclusives as well as our continuing campaign for access and journalist safety.

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