“You know I’m right, Beth. This is the only we earn. We won’t survive otherwise. Look around.”
Bethany did. One by one, cubicles emptied every day. Her colleagues were leaving either by choice or by force. It didn’t matter how they left; they left because they had nothing left to do at work.
The Beacon had been glorious once. People woke up excited to read what they had to say about the world. Their opinions were legend, and guest columns envied.
That was before emagazines.
“It’s fine to tailor the facts. That’s what media does.” Mark convinced lead editor, Beth.