‘Class War at the Gray Lady? New York Times Gives Millions to CEO While Pushing Concessions on Union’

Mike Elk reports on the New York Times:

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The New York Times has long been held up as journalism’s standard bearer. Thus it seems only fitting that The New York Times Company gave departing CEO Janet Robinson a nearly $15 million severance package while demanding that its current employees take benefit and pay cuts. (Robinson gained early and immediate access to her full pension of $10.9 million, and will earn $4.5 million working as a consultant for the company in 2012.)

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http://inthesetimes.com/working/entry/12480/class_war_at_the_gray_lady_new_york_times_gives_millions_to_ceo_while_pushi/

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2 responses to “‘Class War at the Gray Lady? New York Times Gives Millions to CEO While Pushing Concessions on Union’

  1. That’s just not right! Not only in the new business, but in any large corporation business as well.

  2. nothing serious to say except something serious …. shame on you Janet!

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