Skip to comments.Reuters orders broad editorial staff cuts (140 jobs to be cut)
Posted on 10/02/2013 12:04:41 PM PDT by jimbo123
The Reuters news agency is cutting some five percent of its editorial staff, a source close to the company said Wednesday, the latest layoffs in the troubled media industry.
Parent company Thomson Reuters announced in a statement it would be making reductions, but offered no figures.
A source familiar with the matter said the cuts would affect some five percent of the global staff of some 2,800.
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I guess it’s Roto-rooters.
Wow, the Government Shutdown really has hit hard! The Obama shills at Reuters are let go! /sarc
Cuts at the government controlled media begin.
Gov’t shut down shut down got ‘em. . . .
These guys still employ editors? Could’ve fooled me.
I love reading good news.
ha, yes. I wish there was a way to boycott Reuters directly but they peddle to newspapers, not individuals. Stop buying newspapers and make them layoff more.
They’ve been re-reutered by ObamaScam. Even Bammy’s foot soldiers in the enemedia get the ax too. But dont worry—the OblahMaosCare exchanges are open for their healthscare coverage. Write on, write on, write on.
When will we be rid of the remaining 95 percent?
Nonessential federal pay cuts? MSNBC, CNN, to shutdown too? Hmmm?
“Stop buying newspapers and make them layoff more.”
I have not bought a paper for maybe 4 years. I get my news free on the net and subscribe to Free republic.
Would like to hear that Reuters is shutting down.
Greetings from Europe to all.
Not soon enough!
Good... may that be forced to eat from dumpsters.
$67 million missing from 0bamacare's IRS 'roll out' funds? Hmmm? Check CNN's, MSNBC's, CBS's, NBC's, or ABC's bank accounts.
Without editors, who will do the editorializing in news articles at Al Reuters?
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