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High-level layoffs looming at NY Times

By EmploymentCrossing  |  Dated: 02-02-2013

New York Times has proposed lay off on its staff editors. The high level editors are not to be spared. Voluntary buyouts have been an option for a few. This is an effort by the magazine to cut off costs. There have been 30 newsroom positions been cut off so far .

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High-level layoffs loom at NY Times

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