Compare and contrast. Is it number one? Or is it number two?
Number one:If your answer is number one, the problem is the economy and the "End of Print." If your answer is number two, the problem is a Board of Directors that were too busy being busy to do the job they were paid to do.
Globe accord doesn't solve NY Times' troubles -
"For the Times Co., the labor peace represents one less headache on its crowded agenda. The Times has been lambasted for its Globe acquisition for many years. Critics criticized the Times management for failing to anticipate the troubles in the New England economy and for buying a newspaper at a time when consumers were moving to a digital world and away from traditional, ink-stained publications."
The Newspaper That Fired It's Readers
As a result, many important newspapers – in Chicago, Los Angeles, Baltimore, Boston – are in the hands of owners ill-equipped to manage them. Another round of potato-passing, this one finally at the bottom of the market, may improve matters somewhat.?
It's only natural to blame someone else when things mess up. But that's kid stuff.