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New York Times employees on strike over labor dispute

Over 1,100 NYT staffers on strike. Staffers walk out after union talks fail.

Where: US

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On Thursday, over 1,100 employees of the New York Times walked out on the job over a labor dispute.
News Guild, the union representing NYT workers, staged the walkout after over a year and a half of stalled contract negotiations with The Times’ management.
The two parties have been debating new contract terms since the guild’s last contract expired in March of last year.
The walkout, which started at midnight on Thursday, will last 24 hours.
Times CEO Meredith Kopit Levien wrote in an email that this was the unit’s first strike in 40 years.

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