While it’s not quite the “rash of people” that doomsday tipsters over the weekend led us to believe, we did receive confirmation that a handful of staffers (less than six, we’ve been told) did indeed leave the Barbarian Group last week to “pursue other avenues.” No specific names were disclosed, but we’ve been told that internal announcements were made last week and those who left had actually given their respective notices over a period of time, with a couple of them just deciding to relocate to other cities (one staffer who left is still working with TBG on a freelance basis). From what we’re hearing, the move was “not unexpected.”
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