Fairfax will slash papers and 1,900 staff; sells more of TradeMe, but keeps majority

18 Jun 2012
By Ross HoddinottJust as its classified advertising has been shrinking, now Fairfax Media, the largest media company in Australia, is shrinking both its staff and its newspapers. In a massive restructuring announced today, the company said it would cut 1,900 staff members


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Ross Hoddinott

Ross Hoddinott is AIM Group director (interim) for Australia, New Zealand and Asia. He has a media background of more than 25 years. He served as planning director for Edward H. O'Brien (Yellow Pages), overseeing corporate and product development, and as research and marketing director with TMP Worldwide, parent company of Monster.com. He lives in Sydney, Australia