At Guardian, hard times for over 100 staffers

Guardian News & Media, publisher of The Guardian newspaper and, will cut more than 100 of its 1,700 editorial and commercial jobs as the company moves to reverse "unsustainable" losses, it told staff in a series of briefings at the company's Kings Place HQ in Wednesday. No timetable has been set for the reduction, part of a long-running cost-cutting review, and no specific areas were mentioned, but the news comes just 24 hours after Observer staff were told their paper is to be slimmed down to four sections a week in the new year.

Carolyn McCall, CEO of parent Guardian Media Group, said GNM would be a smaller organisation even after the recession. reports that The Guardian's standalone Thursday technology section is to be cut at the end of the year.

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