New York Times departures continue

Since The New York Times finished its most recent round of buyouts and layoffs, emails to staffers have noted many of the people who’ve taken the deals and/or are leaving. Here’s an updated list:

That’s 21 of the 30 positions the Times said it was hoping to cut. “We stated at the beginning of the process that we expected we would need to eliminate about 30 positions from the newsroom staff,” Times spokesperson Eileen Murphy tells Poynter in an email. “We met that goal primarily through the voluntary buyout program with a very limited number of layoffs.”

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  • Andrew Beaujon

    You are correct. Thanks for noticing. Added.

  • John Nolan

    Isn’t William E Schmidt, Deputy ME, also leaving?

  • Mark Isenberg

    Eventhough journalism layoffs are painful,the buyout taken by Joyce Wadler is a long overdue good sign that bad reporters are not to be forever rewarded. Those of us who shook our heads at all the years of not so funny digs by Ms.Wadler in her Boldface Names daily roundup of fashionable celebrities,wondered which editor was protecting her. She did have a health issue and overcame it to be a supportive cancer advocate but part of the reason the Times lost some of its quality respect in the late 1990s and beyond was her sorry copy.

  • Brian O’Connor

    So who got laid off?