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Or do you hold on to that money and hope for the buyout?" The Griffins did the latter, foregoing repairs the last time the house flooded, and finally were approved for a buyout earlier this year. They closed last month, and …
NPR News · 8/21/2015
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In an effort to balance its budget, NPR said on Friday that it would try to reduce its staff about 10 percent through voluntary buyouts. The announcement was depicted as one of the most substantial staff cutbacks in the history of the public radio ...
New York Times · ByBrian Stelter · 9/14/2013
A brewing financial crisis is forcing NPR to make one of the largest staff reductions in its history — at a time when the radio and digital news organization had seemed to be on the upswing. Washington-based NPR disclosed a buyout plan Friday that it ...
Washington Post · ByPaul Farhi · 9/13/2013
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YARBOROUGH: The buyout going on in Pearlington right now ... right alongside to get through these last 10 years since Hurricane Katrina. David Schaper, NPR News, Pearlington, Miss. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.
KQED · ByDavid Schaper · 8/21/2015
After Hurricane Katrina's massive storm surge annihilated tens of thousands of homes on the Gulf Coast, many families tried to quickly rebuild. Ten years later, some are still trying, while others are losing hope. Tiny Pearlington, Miss., sat unwittingly ...
North Country Public Radio · ByDavid Schaper · 8/21/2015
NPR says its voluntary buyout plan is intended to reduce the deficit of $6.1 million. NPR distributes news, information and music programming to 975 public radio stations, reaching 27 million listeners a week. It also has focused heavily in recent years ...
The Christian Science Monitor · 9/14/2013
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story Sept. 13 about buyout offers at NPR, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Vivian Schiller resigned as the organization's president and CEO after calling the tea party racist. Former NPR executive Ron Schiller …
Yahoo Finance · 9/14/2013