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In photos: Journalists of The New York Times stage a walkout

Washington Square News 09 Dec 2022
Over 1,100 unionized employees of The New York Times went on a limited 24-hour strike on Thursday, Dec ... New York Times journalists have been represented by the NewsGuild of New York union since 1940 ... The New York Times management has refused to accede to the $65,000 salary floor and increase in base pay proposed by the union.

NY Times staffers walk out — but two key reporters cross picket line

New York Post 09 Dec 2022
More ominously to Times management, he threatened to pull city pension funds from New York Times Company stock if the company “does not treat its workers fairly.” ... — after negotiations with management for a new collective bargaining agreement failed to produce a deal.

Hundreds of New York Times journalists mount one-day strike

La Prensa Latina 09 Dec 2022
New York, Dec 8 (EFE).- Hundreds of reporters, editors, photographers and other staff picketed outside the Manhattan headquarters of The New York Times on Thursday as part of a 24-hour strike to protest a lack of progress in contract negotiations that began in March 2021.

New York Times’ journalists stage historic strike as labor tensions mount across media

The Los Angeles Times 09 Dec 2022
New York  — . Taking a defiant stand, hundreds of New York Times journalists refused to work Thursday — the largest journalist-led labor action at the nation’s leading newspaper in more than 40 years ... They’ve asked for a minimum annual salary of $65,000, citing the high cost of living in New York ... 8, 2022, in New York ... 8, 2022, in New York.

Striking Workers Call Out New York Times for Hypocrisy on Labor Rights

Democracy Now 09 Dec 2022
... Square Thursday in a one-day walkout, demanding the newspaper’s managers agree to a new contract after more than a year and a half of union negotiations.

New York Times journalists, other workers on 24-hour strike

Gloucester Times 09 Dec 2022
NEW YORK (AP) — More than 1,000 New York Times journalists and other staff walked off the job for 24 hours Thursday, frustrated by contract negotiations that have dragged on for months in the newspaper's biggest labor dispute in more than 40 years ... The NewsGuild of New York went ...

Renn Fund, Inc. Announces Record Date for Year End Distribution

Hastings Tribune 09 Dec 2022
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 9, 2022-- ... As the per share rate will not be available prior to the record date, the Fund will trade with due bills beginning December 16, 2022 and up through and including the last business day prior to the New York Stock Exchange established Ex-Date ... UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA NEW YORK.

Who is Sushmita Shukla, Indian-origin First Vice President of New York Fed?

Hindustan Times 09 Dec 2022
https.//— New York Fed (@NewYorkFed) December 8, 2022 ... (4.) She is armed with an MBA in Finance and Management from the New York University (January 2002-April 2005), as well as a bachelor's degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the University of Mumbai.

New York Times workers stage first strike in 40 years

Jamaica Observer 09 Dec 2022
The NewsGuild of New York, a union representing the striking workers, had said that a key sticking point was the management's refusal to raise wages in line with surging inflation ... "Over 1,100 New York Times workers are now officially on work stoppage, the first of this scale at the company in four decades," the union tweeted early Thursday morning.

New York Times employees stage 24-hour walkout after negotiations stall

The Chief 09 Dec 2022
Unionized staff with the NewsGuild of New York, a subsidiary of the Communication Workers of America, said their bargaining team has met with management more than 40 times since their contract expired in March 2021 ... “We all want The New York Times to grow,” Zagata said.

Hochul proclaims December as Stop-DWI Month

The Saratogian 09 Dec 2022
NEW YORK — New York Gov ... GTSC will also launch a $1 million ‘Don’t Drive High’ public awareness campaign, which will use funding from the New York State Office of Cannabis Management. “New York has zero tolerance for impaired driving, a reckless decision that puts everyone sharing the road in danger,” Hochul said.

Quay Tower Closes Over $98 Million in Sales in 2022

The Galveston Daily News 09 Dec 2022
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 9, 2022-- ... Located at 50 Bridge Park Drive, Quay Tower is directly on Brooklyn Bridge Park and Pier 6 in one of New York City’s most desirable neighborhoods ... Oliver’s Realty Group is a development, investment and brokerage firm focused on luxury residential real estate in New York, California and abroad.

A Place for Mom Hires Horizon Next for Digital Media

Victoria Advocate 09 Dec 2022
NEW YORK, Dec ... Horizon Next is headquartered in New York with additional offices in Toronto. Horizon Next has 565 employees and manages over $3B in client investments ... Founded in 1989, headquartered in New York, and with offices in Edmonton, Los Angeles and Toronto, the company employs 2,400 people and has media investments of more than $9.5 billion.

IoT Managed Services Global Market Report 2022: Ukraine-Russia War Impact

Victoria Advocate 09 Dec 2022
NEW YORK, Dec ... For instance, in May 2019, Integrated Telecom Company, a telecom provider, introduced a new suite of Managed Security Services (MSS) to assist organizations with monitoring, threat detection, incident handling, and ongoing cybersecurity risk management.

Mets re-sign free-agent outfielder, land ex-Yankees reliever

NJ 09 Dec 2022
The New York Mets were busy Thursday evening, signing a pair of free agents as general manager Billy Eppler spends owner Steve Cohen’s seemingly endless supply of money ... The New York Post’s Joel Sherman ... “Reliever David Robertson and the New York Mets are in agreement on a one-year, $10 million contract, a source familiar with the deal tells ESPN.

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