September 7, 2012
"As Financial Times columnist John Gapper has noted, one of the obvious legacy costs that many newspapers are struggling with is the burden of carrying pension obligations for the thousands of employees they maintain, many of whom have jobs that are either being phased out or no longer exist — something Rick Edmonds at Poynter says is commonplace throughout the industry."

Newspaper restructuring — think steel, cars and airlines — Tech News and Analysis

In other words, fuck the workers.

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