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Newsweek publishes critical piece on company after staffers threaten to resign

Late Monday night Newsweek's acting editor-in-chief, four senior editors and two reporters were ready to quit. After months of drama at the magazine, including a raid by the Manhattan District Attorney's office, the abrupt firings of their executive editor and editor-in-chief and questions about their website traffic and ad revenue, they were ready to take a stand.

Newsweek change won't affect Quad/Graphics much

Magazine will shift to a digital-only format by end of the year

The Sussex-based company that has printed Newsweek for decades says the magazine's print demise will have little effect on them.

Newsweek change won't affect Quad/Graphics much

Magazine will shift to a digital-only format by end of the year

The Sussex-based company that has printed Newsweek for decades says the magazine's print demise will have little effect on them.