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Is AMI Outsourcing Star to the Sunshine State?

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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FLYING SOUTH? Star EIC Bonnie Fuller

Employees of Star are getting seriously nervous about rumors that their jobs may pack up and head south. The New York Post <a href="

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Considering AMI chief David Pecker has already moved both Star and the Enquirer twice since taking over in 1999, we're going to translate that as: Pack your sunblock, Star staffers!


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