NYT’s Paris-based staff is fighting back against layoffs, arguing that the sensibility of the international edition will be lost

After NYT told staff in April that it would cut about 70 of the 110 jobs in Paris, NYT’s Paris-based staff is fighting back. The staff wants the company to reduce the number of cuts in Paris, while making up the difference in London, New York and Hong Kong. The Guardian reports that the Paris-based staff isn’t just interested in saving their own jobs, however: “We are doing this to save the same sensibility this paper has had for 130 years.”