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Globe Guild leader takes heat as talks divide staff

Boston Newspaper Guild president Daniel Totten says some of the friction in the union is a byproduct of an unprecedented crisis for the paper. Boston Newspaper Guild president Daniel Totten says some of the friction in the union is a byproduct of an unprecedented crisis for the paper. (Globe Staff Photo / John Blanding)
By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / April 30, 2009

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In negotiating concessions to save The Boston Globe, Daniel Totten, president of the newspaper's biggest union, sometimes faces a tougher crowd than The New York Times Co. executives across the table: his own members. (Full article: 866 words)

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