[Photos to hate: a blistering Feb. 6 cover story]
"If I were a guy, would I have had the pounding that I did? And the worst pictures!"
-- Cathie Black, the just-ousted head of New York City's public schools, in an interview today with Fortune's Patrica Sellers. Black was USA Today's president and then publisher for eight crucial years starting in 1983. "I'm a warrior," Black, 66, told Sellers, and she's ready to move on. "Different options to consider. I'm not in a rush."