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Workers walk past the front of The Boston Globe building in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, Monday June 8, 2009. Reporters and editors at The Boston Globe faced the choice Monday of accepting $10 million in annual wage and benefit concessions or risking even deeper pay cuts and the possible closure of the 137-year-old newspaper. The Boston Newspaper Guild, which represents 700 editorial, advertising and business employees, voted on a new contract negotiated after the Globe's parent company, The New York Times Co., said it needed $20 million in annual savings from Globe unions, half from the Guild, to avoid shutting down the newspaper. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) Charles Krupa/AP