The names of those New York Times newsroom employees who took buyouts have begun to trickle out of the paper’s Midtown offices.
Executive editor Bill Keller had warned staffers that the Times would not be able to meet its goal of 100 voluntary cuts of both Guild and non-Guild employees before Monday’s deadline, meaning that come Tuesday, involuntary layoffs would be implemented to make up the difference.
The buyout offers had been on the table since October.
Here’s the list of Times staffers said to have taken buyouts so far. Note: We’ll continue to update it throughout the “excruciating” buyout/layoff process, as Keller described it.
Edmund Andrews, reporter, Washington bureau
Alex Berenson, business reporter
Jack Curry, national baseball writer
Geraldine Fabrikant, senior writer, Business
Jonathan Glater, reporter, Sacramento
Stephen Labaton, reporter, Washington bureau
Neil A. Lewis, reporter, Washington bureau
David Stout, reporter, Washington bureau
Louis Uchitelle, business/economics