STATE – The Star-Ledger, New Jersey’s largest daily newspaper, warns that it could cease publication by the end of the year if workers do not agree to substantial concessions in news labor agreements, the paper reported.
Publisher Richard Vezza gave the four unions involved in the newspaper’s production and packaging until Sept. 27 to reach an agreement. He said that Star-Ledger lost $19.8 million last year and is anticipating a similar loss this year.
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