The Globe agreed to a $10 million package of cuts. To the detriment of jobs, pensions, benefits, vacations, and leaves of absence, (not to mention egos and an inkling of sustained financial security), print and a paper’s integrity endure. For now.
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- Maybe not in reading, but people still interested in newspapers
- RT @Larakate: @jeffbercovici @joehagansays he was pretty pro tawdry from my experience at the Us Weekly. 1 day ago
- RT @gregorydjohnsen: “I hope you like it,” Mr. Hagan wrote in a brief note. “It’s a true story.” Mr. Wenner did not like it. https://t.co/… 1 day ago
- RT @EnnisNYT: How Jann Wenner turned on his Boswell. @melbournecoal & @joecoscarelli on "Sticky Fingers" nyti.ms/2kXYke9 1 day ago
- RT @jimwindolf: The Journalist and the Journalist nyti.ms/2kXYke9 1 day ago
- Jann Wenner loved having a biographer. The biography comes out next week. Wenner hates it. nyti.ms/2kXYke9 1 day ago