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8 HOURS AGO - WorldNetDaily

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N.Y. Times to cut nearly 100 newsroom jobs

(POYNTER) The New York Times plans to cut about 100 jobs from its newsroom, Ravi Somaiya reports. “We hope to meet this number through voluntary buyouts. But if we don’t get there we will be forced to do layoffs,” Executive Editor Dean Baquet says in a note to staffers (below). In addition, it’s shutting down its [...]

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8 HOURS AGO - Financial Times

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8 HOURS AGO - Washington Times

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Fed: End of unemployment benefits boosted job market this year

Employers were more willing to create jobs and workers were more willing to take them after the expiration in January of a program entitling unemployed workers to collect nearly two years of benefits. That's the conclusion of a study this week by the New York Federal Reserve bank. It found ...

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10 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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US companies added 213,000 jobs in September

Economists surveyed by FactSet forecast that the government's report will show 215,000 jobs were added in September, while the unemployment rate remained 6.1 percent. The number of people seeking unemployment benefits remains near seven-year lows, evidence that companies are cutting few workers. Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics, which helps compile the report, described last month's hiring as broad-based ...

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10 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Pittsburgh's public broadcasting company cuts jobs

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh's public television and radio station is cutting jobs, citing the recession and lesser funding from the state and federal government. The nonprofit WQED — which runs both a public television and public radio station with the same call letters — was the nation's first community-supported broadcaster when it was founded 60 years ago.

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