The Washington Business Journals is the leading business and financial publication in the country, and its editors are known for their thoroughness and thoroughness of reporting.
Their staff includes Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters and editors who have covered the White House, Congress, the military, energy, and the world of finance.
However, there’s one area where they’ve missed a beat, and that’s their editorial staff.
Since 2015, the Journal has been owned by the Wall Street Journal and a handful of smaller newspapers that are owned by private companies.
The Journal has struggled financially in recent years.
Last year, the Wall St. Journal reported it would cut more than 4,000 jobs.
In February, the Financial Times reported that the Journal was on track to be insolvent within six months.
Now, the newsroom is facing another major crisis.
As a result of the bankruptcy filing, the Washington, D.C., newsroom will be closed to the public for the first time in decades.
In a press release, the News Group said it’s considering an offer from the publisher to open up the business to the general public.
The newsroom and the newsrooms offices will reopen next year, though the Journal will retain the editorial independence that was promised during the bankruptcy.
“As we announced in November, we intend to re-open the Washington Journal to the community,” News Group CEO David Tompkins said in a statement.
“We are excited about the prospect of reopening the Washington newsroom, with a new owner who has a history of excellence in journalism and an experienced editorial team.
We are looking forward to welcoming the Washington News Group community to the news-making experience.”
A spokesperson for the Washington State Department of Labor, who did not want to be identified for fear of retribution, said the company’s bankruptcy was “due to a reorganization that resulted in the bankruptcy reorganization of the Washington business.”
The news organization also announced it is taking a financial hit, as its assets have been sold off.
The company has already laid off employees, and said it will be reducing the number of full-time employees in the news and sports media divisions.
News of the closure comes as the news organization has been struggling financially, with losses mounting for the past two years.
In May, the company announced that it had lost $2.3 million on a stock sale of the newsstand business.
The sale included more than 1,100 newspaper and magazine titles, and $1.2 million in advertising revenue.
“I’m deeply disappointed that this news announcement will leave the Washington Post and Washington Business News in a financially difficult position,” News Editor Tom Nides said in the statement.