Cyrus Leo Sulzberger II (1912-1993) was a U.S. journalist and author, and a member of the family which owns the New York Times. During the 1950s and 1960s, he was that newspaper's correspondent in France.
He married Marina Tatiana Ladas, a Greek woman whose brother, Alexis Ladas, was a UN official in Palestine in the 1940s and 1950s. In 1967, their daughter, Marina Beatrice Sulzberger, married Adrian Michael Berry, thereby linking two newspaper dynasties - Berry, who later became 4th Viscount Camrose, is a member of the Camrose family which had once owned The Daily Telegraph and which retained an interest in that paper until it was taken over by Conrad Black in 1986.
David Talbot in The Devil's Chessboard writes (page 415):
C. L. Sulzberger, the CIA-friendly New York Times columnist, too up the agency's defense, echoing Dulles's indignant denial.[...] Years later, the investigative reporter Carl Bernstein exposed the ties between Sulzberger and the CIA. "Young Cy Sulzberger had some uses," a CIA official told Bernstein. "He was very eager, he loved to cooperate."