BOSTON — The Boston Globe said Monday it will impose a steeper 23 percent wage cut in the wake of its largest union narrowly rejecting $10 million in annual pay and benefit concessions that the newspaper's parent, The New York Times Co., said were needed to keep the paper from shutting down.
Boston Globe union votes against pay, benefit cuts
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