McGraw-Hill cuts

December 1996
Crain's New York Business;12/16/96, Vol. 12 Issue 51, p26
Focuses on the plans of McGraw-Hill, to reduce 340 jobs at its higher-education publishing division, with its purchase of a Times Mirror Company unit in October 1996. Effects of the layoffs.


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