New York Times
New York Times (NYT) said on Oct. 13 that it will eliminate as many as 20 newsroom positions in an effort to cut costs.
The newspaper giant plans to offer buyouts to employees, and said no one will be laid off. The Times also says it will seek additional savings in its business units.
The Times last went through a staff reduction in 2009, when it cut about 100 positions.
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