The Globe and Mail has let go of Report on Business deputy editor Rob Delaney and presentation editor Liza Sardi as a part of its company-wide reduction in management staff.

The Globe and Mail has let go of Report on Business deputy editor Rob Delaney and presentation editor Liza Sardi as a part of its company-wide reduction in management staff.

In a memo sent to staff, editor-in-chief John Stackhouse said “their departures, effective today, are part of a reduction in management staff across the company in recognition of the overall business environment this year.”

Delaney joined the Globe this summer. He had previously worked with Bloomberg. Sardi joined the newspaper in March 2012.


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Stackhouse added that executive editor Elena Cherney will be talking to both the business and news sections in the coming weeks to discuss “how various desks may need to adjust, and what we need to change or even reduce in order to focus our talent on the outstanding, original journalism that continues to define the Globe.”

Earlier this year, 64 employees took buyouts from the Globe

Tamara Baluja is an award-winning journalist with CBC Vancouver and the 2018 Michener-Deacon fellow for journalism education. She was the associate editor for J-Source from 2013-2014.