Gannett, owner of USA TODAY and local news operations in 45 states, [including the El Paso Times] reported Thursday that it would undertake a “significant cost reduction program” amid a challenging economic backdrop marred by soaring inflation rates, labor shortages and price-sensitive consumers.
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[Gannett CEO and Chairman Michael] Reed said cost reductions would primarily focus on Gannett’s legacy print business, which felt the impact of economic conditions the most. Print advertising and print circulation experienced greater-than-expected losses.
What will you use to wrap that dead fish, or line the birdcage?
I guess we’ve still got El Diario.
They’ll turn off their spell-checker.