There’s a new combatant in the war between the world’s most notorious tabloid and its richest human.
The tech giant and online retailer said it needs to “look for solutions” to keep its employees from needing to pee in jars.
She may not be on the masthead, but Soon-Shiong has become a regular voice in LAT newsroom. That might normally be cause for tension, but many staffers say it’s a welcome change.
More than a hundred employees at The New Yorker, Pitchfork, and Ars Technica are prepped to strike amid an ongoing labor battle.
The left-leaning digital media pioneer will be helmed by The Root’s current top editor Danielle Belton, The Daily Beast has learned.
The digital outlet’s editorial staffers on Monday said they sent a letter to Condé Nast bosses expressing multiple concerns with their newly hired editor.
“It was a completely unlawful termination,” reinstated staffer Ben Bonnema said Thursday morning.