INM jobs under threat as company bids to shore up revenue slowdown

Last week INM warned that costs outside of its Newspread logistics and distribution divisions would come down by €10 million this year compared to 2016

23rd July, 2017
Robert Pitt of INM

Independent News & Media staff are bracing for further job cuts as the newspaper publisher battles a slowdown in revenues and profits.

Last week INM warned that costs outside of its Newspread logistics and distribution divisions would come down by €10 million this year compared to 2016.

Robert Pitt, the company’s chief executive, addressed a meeting of staff at its Talbot Street head office on Friday to discuss the changes the firm had announced to its...

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