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Bruce Wasserstein Died At 61 | Vogue Layoffs | NYT Won’t Sell Boston Globe | A Look At Jersey’s Papers

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Wall Street Journal: Lazard CEO and New York magazine owner Bruce Wasserstein has died at age 61, after being hospitalized Sunday with an irregular heartbeat.

All Things Digital: More cuts at Conde: Vogue lays off “at least six people”.

Boston.com: The New York Times has announced that it will not sell The Boston Globe.

New York Observer: A closer look at the cuts that have plagued New Jersey newspapers like the Star-Ledger, this year. “When this round of cuts is finished, The Star-Ledger‘s staff will be half the size of what it was a year ago, but at least it will still have a bustling office. The Record, on the other hand, has existed essentially without a home base for over a year—reporters can drop into an office when they want, but they’re encouraged to stay out on the streets. Meanwhile, The New York Times killed its New Jersey section and cleared out its bureaus.”

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