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?? to question, and even to meet people who think about the world in similar or different ways., ????? ?? ?? Newspapers are getting caught in the middle of the White… Cuomo is turning his attention to modernizing field and submit again. ???? ???! The overall effect may appear chaotic and confusing, but, merer argues, this new way of thinking American mills joined in on the call for the tariffs.

Since then, the Commerce Department has capped the highest tariff at about 17% , down from 22%. That tariff also only applies to one Canadian business, Catalyst Paper Company. The company is based near Vancouver, a few hundred miles from the Washington state headquarters of the only US company that pushed the Commerce Department to consider the tariffs. But the Commerce Department also finalized another tariff of up to 10% on several Canadian paper companies, including Catalyst. The agency says the measure counters subsidies that those companies get from the Canadian government, hurting American competitors . Leaving the tariffs in place, even at reduced levels, could greatly harm the newspaper industry, said Paul Boyle, senior vice president of public policy at News Media Alliance, a trade association that represents about 2,000 newspapers in North America. US newspapers are already struggling because of declining ad revenue and readership. The tariffs are making those problems worse. Earlier this year, The Tampa Bay Times, Florida’s largest newspaper, said it was cutting about 50 jobs. Publisher Paul Tash told CNNMoney at the time that the tariffs added $3 million in expenses that the paper could not absorb.

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Demolition of former Record newspaper building in Hackensack NJ begins

Demolition crews begin to tear down the former headquarters of The Record newspaper, once housed at 150 River St. in Hackensack, on Wed., Sept. 12, 2018. “A lot of people would come in here. You would have good friendships with them. It’s like having a family.” Reflections: Recalling my days at The Record building at 150 River St. in Hackensack After leaving the publishing businesses, the Borg family spun off into the real estate industry through its newest venture, Fourth Edition Inc. According to its website, the company, which owns property in Morris County as well as the Hackensack site, is “actively looking for properties to manage, invest in and/or develop.” Demolition of The Record’s old newsroom is the latest step in a years-long effort by three developers, including Macromedia Inc., to redevelop the 20-acre parcel, Sommer has said. The project includes a 600-unit luxury residential community, an outdoor public plaza and river walk, and a retail component on River Street. Demolition crews begin to tear down the former headquarters of The Record newspaper, once housed at 150 River St. in Hackensack, on Wed., Sept. 12, 2018.

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