"The redesign marks the first substantive reinvention of the USA Today brand in the paper's 30-year history."
-- The Politico, in a recent story about the newspaper's planned relaunch this coming week of its digital and print editions.
"USAT . . . is making the most dramatic overhaul of its staff in its 28-year history."
-- The Associated Press, in an August 2010 story about a management shakeup that included plans for about 130 layoffs. Then-Publisher Dave Hunke told the AP: "This is pretty radical. This gets us ready for our next quarter century."