- The sudden emphasis on long tenured and older employees as layoff targets.
- The latest trick they’re using to potentially defend against ageism lawsuits.
- The 60-year old’s not in harm’s way.
- It goes both ways, a top revenue manager bolted for a surprising non-radio job.
- The new forced-retirement.
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