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A respected analyst says BuzzFeed's brutal jobs cull shows it is caught in a 'perfect storm' of 4 problems

Respected media analyst Douglas McCabe, of Enders Analysis, said BuzzFeed's job cull shows it is caught in a "perfect storm." He listed four reasons why the company should be worried, including its plateauing traffic, restless investors, and a content identity crisis. BuzzFeed says it is still growing and is "very well-positioned for 2018." BuzzFeed's jobs cull shows how it is caught in a "perfect storm" of problems, according to a respected media analyst.
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