The New York Times to cut 100 newsroom positions

The Gray Lady announced Monday that it plans to eliminate 100 newsroom jobs — about 8 percent of the total — by the end of the year, “offering buyouts to union and non-union employees, and resorting to layoffs if it cannot get enough people to leave voluntarily,” The Times ’ David Carr reported. The paper had hoped to stave off personnel cuts after implementing a 5 percent pay cut for employees last March. In a note to news staff, Executive Editor Bill Keller said,…

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