As layoffs hit the newsroom, wages soared for top NYT execs

According to the New York Times Co.’s latest SEC filing, chairman and publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.’s compensation for the year climbed to nearly $6 million from the $2.3 million earned last year, reports . President and CEO Janet Robinson pulled in $6.2 million, an increase from $4.7 million the previous year. Related Poynter Online The Times issued a memo to its freelancers Monday reminding them of the paper’s policy on ethical journalism. Poynter Online has that me…

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