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Published on Apr 23, 2009
Is The New York Times overstaffed? Tom Glocer takes in $13 billion as President (CEO) of Thomson Reuters. He hires smart editors and sells digital information to lawyers, doctors, financial types and newspapers too (Reuters). Can The New York Times adopt the same principle and cut its staff to 60 (sixty) as he suggests (to be provocative)? Has Glocer figured out how an information company can make money and survive in the Digital Age?James Goodale, former Vice Chairman of The New York Times, hosts. WNYE/Ch 25 - 4/26/09