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Fairfax's decline, a 25 per cent cut to editorial staff

ABC |  03 May 2017  |  Investing


The company had around 1,000 editorial staff in 2011. After the latest round of redundancies announced on Wednesday, which will cut 125 jobs, roughly only 375 editorial staff will remain

"It's looking like one quarter of our newsroom will walk out of here in a few weeks' time," Miki Perkins, The Age social affairs reporter said.

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"All of the sudden all these stories and specialities and expertise that The Age has provided for more than 150 years is again diminished."

 

Read More: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-05-03/where-did-fairfax-go-wrong/8494042

 

 

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