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Sources: Brad Pitt sells a 60% stake in his production company Plan B to French conglomerate Mediawan, valuing Plan B in the low hundreds of millions
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A look at the differences between pre-internet newspaper strikes and now, the divisions among NYT Guild members, and what management has and hasn't offered
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