New York Times to Cut Newsroom Jobs

The newspaper cited a deteriorating advertising climate for the move.

Thursday, Oct 13, 2011  |  Updated 6:07 PM EDT
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New York Times to Cut Newsroom Jobs

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Any time the NYT hires a new food critic, you can be sure the choice will be both "obvious" and some other adjective.

The New York Times says it will eliminate up to 20 newsroom positions as part of a cost-cutting measure.

The Times said Thursday that it will seek newsroom buyout volunteers.
    
Executive Editor Jill Abramson said no newsroom employee would be laid off.
    
The Times also said it would seek additional savings in its business units.
    
The company cited a deteriorating advertising climate for the move.
 

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