Like they have in Spring Training, Wednesday was the dreaded Cutdown Day at the New York Times.
Executive editor Bill Keller’s search for 100 volunteers to take the company’s buyout offers netted 76 of the 100 employees he said the Times needed to cut from its newsroom – meaning that 24, or about the size of a Major League Baseball roster, would be headed for the guillotine.
As a policy, the Times won’t comment on “personnel matters,” so this post — like the list of buyouts — will no doubt have to be updated.
Josh Barbanel, Real Estate
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Jim Norman, Business Copy Desk
Sara Rimer, National
Allen Salkin, Styles
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