Owners of the Star Ledger announced yesterday that the paper would close N.J.’s largest newspaper by year’s end if production unions don’t make concessions.
In a letter to staff, publisher Richard Vezza said the company was “pushed into a corner” by the unions, whose contracts expire in July. Unless there are compromises made by Sept. 27, the paper will shut down.
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