The CEO of GateHouse Media, which is buying the paper for $46 million, spoke to nervous employees there Wednesday.
The Boston Business Journal's Jon Chesto talks with WPRI.com's Ted Nesi about the company that's buying the paper and its plans.
The Journal's publisher told his staff Tuesday that "more information on further employment … will come soon."
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Ted's weekend roundup tackles Clay Pell's plans to rebound, who won in the state budget, Buddy Cianci's comeback, and more.
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Ted's weekend roundup tackles Mattiello blocking 38 Studios subpoenas, a budget shortfall, Licht, jobless benefits and much more.
The weekend roundup tackles Ken Block's momentum, Rhode Island's debt problem, good jobs news, Mattiello and NECAP, and more.
The weekend roundup tackles all the 38 Studios revelations, Rhode Island doing better than Massachusetts, "2 Broke Girls" and more.
New findings from Target 12 have forced state leaders to finally examine why Curt Schilling's company never registered its representatives.
Secretary of State Ralph Mollis is examining whether 38 Studios violated state law based on a document obtained by Target 12.