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The Times has a clearance sale, but over at the Business desk it's nothing but acquire, acquire, acquire.
August 2, 2005
The revolving door is spinning furiously over at The New York Times. Productivity throughout the paper likely plummeted on Friday when a number of reporters and editors who took the money (in the form of buyout packages) said their last goodbyes... But there are plenty of introductions being made on the Business desk these days, which is filling up with high-profile arrivals. Damon Darlin, as of late a senior editor at Business 2.0, will start writing about technology soon, while mogul chronicler Richard Siklos (who's all over the Murdoch beat these days) just started July 11 as the Times' corporate ...
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