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Guild learns details of $10m in proposed cuts

Plan calls for furloughs, eases job guarantees

Members of the Boston Newspaper Guild packed a meeting room in the Boston Teachers Union Hall last night to hear details of a plan that would cut their pay. Guild president Dan Totten (right) said the union would not issue a recommendation on the plan. Members of the Boston Newspaper Guild packed a meeting room in the Boston Teachers Union Hall last night to hear details of a plan that would cut their pay. Guild president Dan Totten (right) said the union would not issue a recommendation on the plan. (John Blanding/Globe Staff)
By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / May 8, 2009

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Members of the Boston Newspaper Guild packed a standing-room-only meeting last night to listen as union leaders detailed $10 million in cost concessions, demanded by the Globe's parent, The New York Times Co. , and to voice their anger and frustration, and their determination to continue their work. (Full article: 1019 words)

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