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Date Posted: 02:33:44 10/03/16 Mon
Author: By A Thread
Subject: Re: Bye-Bye-Frank 'n Cuddy
In reply to: bye-bye 's message, "Re: Bye-Bye-Frank 'n Cuddy" on 18:37:48 10/02/16 Sun

To bye-bye:

That snappy and noble rhetoric sounded like it could have been in an article about getting past a job loss. It wasn't relevant to the real mess the Trib has been for years. Nobody could "do the job well" when the editors at the top at the Clark Building were incapable of doing their jobs. Everyone knows the newspaper industry has been changing for a long time, just as the Trib has been a lost cause for a lot of years. The new order and online product won't change that. The job losses are horrific,but sadly, the Trib had no future with most of the people who left and it's debatable if it has a future with the ones who are staying.

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[> [> [> [> Re: Bye-Bye-Frank 'n Cuddy -- bye-bye, 20:32:34 10/03/16 Mon [1]

To By A Thread:
I agree that some must have found it difficult to "do the job well" with the former leaders at the Trib. I've had some horrible bosses in my time, but still managed to do my job well. People that don't, tend to weed themselves out. There's always someone ready to step up and replace you. Every industry goes through changes. The newspaper industry is not isolated. As for the source of my comment, I haven't read any articles about surviving a job loss lately, because I haven't needed to. So, now the old regime is gone, and a smaller staff remains. What should they do? Give up?

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