Looking for info on Gannett biz journalists who have lost jobs
The Gannett Co., the largest owner of newspapers in the country, has begun laying off more than 1,500 employees around the country this week.
Some of those employees are business reporters and business editors. For example, Cincinnati Enquirer business editor Carolyn Pione is now gone from the paper. I’ve also had unconfirmed rumors of a business editor in Florida losing their job.
If you have details of business news desk workers at Gannett papers who have lost their jobs this week, please e-mail them to me at email@example.com. All correspondence will remain anonymous unless you’d prefer to be quoted.
I’ll post all of the names that I can get by the end of Friday.
The reason for doing this: I’d like to commemorate their work in business journalism, and by exposing their names to the general business journalism public, maybe someone will offer them a new job.