The Words of the Joo Family

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What is the International Federation for World Peace (Dong Moon Joo - August 27, 1990)

Washington Times Aviation - Richard Perea's Lawyers Demand Douglas Dong Moo Joo Return Millions Of Dollars (November 18, 2009 pdf)

Former Washington Times Exec Douglas D. M. Joo Sued for $31 Million (Jordan Weissmann - January 15, 2010)

Dong Moo Joo -- New life for Washington Times (Keach Hagey - August 24, 2010)

Dong Moo Joo -- Rev. Sun Myung Moon said to be considering buying back Washington Times (Ian Shapira - August 25, 2010)

From Son to Sun, Reverend Moon to Buy Back Floundering Washington Times (Zeke Turner - August 25, 2010)

Washington Times sales price: $1 plus debt -- Douglas Joo (Washington Examiner - August 31, 2010)

Washington Times Sold For $1, Just Like Newsweek -- Douglas (Dong Moo) Joo (Paul Bedard - August 31, 2010)

Rev. Moon buying back Washington Times for $1 -- Douglas Joo (Michael Calderone - August 31, 2010)

Washington Times struggles amid divisions of family, ideology, finances - Dong Moo Joo (Ian Shapira - September 6, 2010)

Washington Times Aviation USA, L.L.C. and Times Aerospace International, L.L.C Plaintiffs, verses Douglas D. M. Joo, Defendant (September 30, 2010 pdf)

Inside the TWT's "Vigorous" Morning Meeting - Douglas Joo (Betsy Rothstein - November 2, 2010)

Rev. Sun Myung Moon Buys Washington Times, Newspaper He Founded, for $1 - Douglas Joo (Anthony Palazzo - November 2, 2010)

Ailing Washington Times Sold to Founder for $1 -- Douglas Joo (Associated Press - November 2, 2010)

Moon and fired executives buy Washington Times for $1 -- Douglas Joo (Ian Shapira - November 3, 2010)

Times revamps design, expands coverage (Douglas D.M. Joo - March 20, 2011)

Newly Expanded Washington Times Launches Newsstand, Home Delivery (Douglas Dong Moo Joo - March 21, 2011)

The Bush Administration’s Secret Link to North Korea, Dong Moon (Douglass) Joo (Aram Roston and Tara McKelvey - February 7, 2012 pdf)

Washington Times Chairman Douglas Dong Moo Joo Abruptly Departs Paper For Reasons Unknown (Elizabeth Flock - October 13, 2012 pdf)

Dr. Douglas D. M. Joo resigned as Chairman of The Washington Times and Board of Directors (Thomas P. McDevitt - October 13, 2012 pdf)

Longtime Times executive Douglas D.M. Joo resigns, takes job in Korea - McDevitt to lead board; Beasley named president, CEO (David R. Sands - October 14, 2012 pdf)

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