HuffPost publisher to axe 60 British jobs in further cutbacks
THE digital publisher behind the news website HuffPost is to shed around 60 British jobs this year as part of wider cutbacks by its parent company.
Oath, which has around 450 employees in the UK, will cut the roles this year as Verizon, its US telecoms owner, pares back its media operation.
In January, Verizon announced plans to cut 7pc of jobs from Oath, a division assembled by the $4.4bn (£3.5bn) and $4.8bn takeovers of AOL and Yahoo in 2015 and 2016. It has now emerged in account...