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Herald publisher, unions talk

Purcell: Savings of $7m is needed

By Mark Jurkowitz
Globe Staff / March 25, 2005

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Boston Herald publisher Patrick J. Purcell met with the paper's labor unions yesterday afternoon and said that he is looking to find savings of $7 million, that he would provide details in future meetings on ways to make cuts, and that he had no plans to sell the economically struggling paper. (Full article: 492 words)

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