Report: Washington Post Achieves 10 Percent Staff Reduction Through Buyouts

This holiday weekend will be bittersweet for 100 Washington Post employees: They’ve each accepted buyouts in order to reduce the newsroom by 10 percent, according to Frank Ahrens of The Washington Post.

After the jump, a partial list of departing staffers, according to Aherns:

Thomas E. Ricks

Linton Weeks

Peter Carlson

Laura Sessions Stepp

Rick Weiss

John Ward Anderson

Molly Moore

Stephen Hunter

Desson Thomson

Tim Page

Stephen Barr

Richard Harrington

Eve Zibar

Sue Anne Pressley Montes

Yolanda Woodlee

David Broder (he’ll continue on a contract basis)

Tony Kornheiser (the paper will continue to run “excerpts from his daily Talking Points video”)

Deborah Heard

Michael Keegan

Maralee Schwartz

Tony Reid

Belle Elving

K.C. Summers

Marie Arana

John Pancake

Peter Kaufman

Lynne Duke

Rose Jacobius

Report: Washington Post Achieves 10 Percent Staff Reduction Through Buyouts