At Recurrent Ventures, Recurrent Layoffs Raise Questions of Mismanagement 

The venture equity firm cut 52 staff two weeks after acquiring its 21st publisher

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The media company Recurrent Ventures, which operates a portfolio of editorial titles ranging from Popular Science to Field & Stream, eliminated the roles of 52 employees last week in a surprise round of cuts, according to documents obtained by Adweek.

The layoffs, which affected the editorial departments at The Drive, Saveur, Popular Science and Task & Purpose, as well as commerce roles across the company, come two months after Recurrent Ventures abruptly sacked the staff of Mel Magazine

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