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Monday, March 15, 2010

NY Times boss Sulzberger drew $6 million in 2009

In 2009 NY Times boss Sulzberger doubled "his total compensation to $6 million.
  • The increases come against a backdrop of declining ad revenue, layoffs, frozen pension plans, unpaid vacations and a 5 percent pay cut for most of the rank-and-file workers last year.

"Our members are really unhappy with what is happening," said Bill O'Meara, president of the Newspaper Guild of New York. "They made a voluntary sacrifice to give up some of their pay to help the company out. People are losing their jobs still.""

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