New Jersey's 'Star-Ledger' Lays Off 34

The Star-Ledger, New Jersey's largest newspaper, lost almost 10% of its newsroom -- 18 staffers -- in the paper's "first ever large-scale layoff," which also included 16 other employees, writes Ted Sherman and Kelly Heyboyer. The paper, "which once had a job security pledge for its non-union employees, has [also] significantly cut staff over the last five years through buyouts and attrition."

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