New York Times staffers revolt, push holiday weekend boycott of its Wirecutter service amid strike

New York Times staffers revolt, push holiday weekend boycott of its Wirecutter service amid strike

New York Times staffers revolt, push holiday weekend boycott of its Wirecutter service amid strike Staffers for the NYT's e-commerce site are on strike through Monday Staffers from the New York Times are openly revolting against their employer in solidarity with colleagues who went on strike during Thanksgiving weekend. Wirecutter, which the Times describes as its "product recommendation service" offering consumers trusted advice on the latest merchandise being sold, published an article Thursday on the "75+ Best Early Black Friday Deals for 2021" ahead of the biggest shopping day of the season. However, when the Times shared the article on Twitter, the paper faced significant blowback, including from several employees. NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL WRITER HAILS ‘REPUBLICANS WE’RE THANKFUL FOR': LIZ CHENEY, ADAM KINZINGER AMONG "100 PERCENT of @wirecutterunion is …
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