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The Washington Post Likely To Lose Millions Amidst Employee Strike

via Washington Post

Journalists at the Washington Post went on a 24-hour strike, seeking public support and condemning Jeff Bezos’ leadership.

The strike follows failed negotiations over pay and work conditions.

Employees are reportedly arguing for fair pay and greater transparency from company executives. (Trending: Trump Announces Major Promise For 2024)

The company plans to continue publishing despite the strike, but is likely to face financial losses up to $100 million by the closing of 2023.

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