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  • Start-up offers writers $100,000 per article
  • Start-up offers writers $100,000 per article
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Start-up offers writers $100,000 per article

Former New York Times editor Jill Abramson has announced some headline-grabbing start-up plans. Her new media venture will be offering writers $100,000 advances, in return for the most explosive and engrossing long-form investigative journalism.

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