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Los Angeles Times to cut 80 jobs (Drink)
Reuters via Yahoo ^
Posted on 01/08/2010 10:41:20 AM PST by OldDeckHand
(Reuters) Tribune Co's Los Angeles Times said it would close its printing operations in Orange County, California, resulting in about 80 layoffs, as part of cost-cutting measures.
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TOPICS: Business/Economy; Culture/Society; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: mainstream; media; newspaper; recession
Die LA Times, Die.
They’d rather slit their own throats than become objective.
posted on 01/08/2010 10:42:55 AM PST
(11 year Freeper! The real reason the left wants to disarm us is becoming clearer.)
I canceled my subscritption years ago.
The smaller it gets, the sooner it will die...
The bumper sticker on their car?
ANOTHER UNEMPLOYED FOR OBAMA!
posted on 01/08/2010 10:43:19 AM PST
(Obama: Chains you can believe in!)
It would be more efficient if they just opened a bird cage liner & fishwrap emporium to cut out the middle man.
posted on 01/08/2010 10:48:02 AM PST
Sniff,......I’m soooo sad.
posted on 01/08/2010 10:48:51 AM PST
by Navy Patriot
(Sarah and the Conservatives will rock your world.)
Actually, I’ve read a few LATimes articles here on FR that I thought were more balanced than usual.
For instance, I can’t find anything balanced at all in the St Petersberg Times, my home paper.
posted on 01/08/2010 11:11:43 AM PST
by I still care
(A Republic - if you can keep it. - Ben Franklin)
“It would be more efficient if they just opened a bird cage liner & fishwrap emporium to cut out the middle man.”
Bwaaaaaaaahhh!! That’s good!
posted on 01/08/2010 12:06:01 PM PST
(Be of good cheer, could have been worse - McCain could have won! If Reagan rises & runs I'll vote.)
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