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It's not every day a media company virtually closes up shop, and now G+J has lost its leader as well. Plus, what's going on at Budget Living?
June 3, 2005
The roller coaster that is Budget Living has headed over the first hill and is picking up speed. After a long ride up, attracting editors from far and wide, editor Sarah Gray Miller quit abruptly, and now the magazine's shedding staffers. Eight have already quit without even bothering to line up new gigs, a sure sign they were leaving for leaving's sake. Drop your resume in the mail--the departed range in seniority from market assistant all the way up to deputy editor. Then we can start reporting new hires all over again....
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