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Boston Newspaper Guild “Optimistic” About Reaching Boston Globe Agreement – 06/18/09

Posted on June 17, 2009 | in Labor News | by

By Doug Cunningham

Boston Newspaper Guild President Dan Totten says he’s optimistic about reaching a labor agreement with the New York Times over wage cuts at the Boston Globe. The talks this week have reportedly focused on how to reduce the 23 percent wage cut imposed on Guild members after the union narrowly rejected concessions.

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