SAVING STANLEY: The New Yorker has spared one of the staffers who was reportedly let go when Condé Nast Publications this week laid off around a dozen receptionists working on the editorial floors of several magazines. Stanley Ledbetter, a staple at The New Yorker’s offices for 20 years, will stay on at the magazine as an editorial assistant, a New Yorker spokeswoman confirmed. Ledbetter fills the position of another editorial assistant who left this week. The New Yorker offered him the position Wednesday night and he accepted Thursday afternoon; details of his new duties have not been worked out.
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