Yellow Pages to cut 300 jobs in corporate ‘realignment’

By JAMES BRADSHAW MEDIA REPORTER, The Globe and Mail

Yellow Pages Ltd. is cutting 300 jobs by November in a corporate “realignment” designed to make the company leaner and free up dollars to invest in its digital ventures as it continues to move away from print directories.

The company announced the layoffs, which represent about 10 per cent of its work force, on Thursday, and said they will “principally affect management positions that have been integrated within other functions or that are no longer aligned with the company’s digital operations.”

Read more » The Globe and Mail
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