The New York Times is closing its editing and print production offices in Paris, eliminating 70 jobs

The New York Times is changing how it thinks about its international edition, and closing its editing and print production offices in Paris. The International New York Times will be redesigned, and editing and print production will take place in New York and Hong Kong. The New York Times currently employs 113 people in Paris, and it says about 70 staff members will either be let go or relocated.