The postrecession economy has not been good to the Miami Herald. Neither have the business decisions of the Herald's parent corporation, McClatchy Newspapers. The Herald has endured wave after wave of layoffs and budget cuts in recent years. But at the same time, the pay of its executives has remained exorbitant: While McClatchy was announcing company-wide buyouts this year, CEO Craig Forman was negotiating a new contract that gave him a $35,000-per-month housing stipend on top of his already massive salary. In the meantime, tons of veteran Herald reporters voluntarily took buyouts, including Guantánamo Bay reporter Carol Rosenberg, who arguably knows more about America's illegal Cuban prison than anyone else on Earth. (Thankfully, she's still covering the beat for the New York Times.) Here's to the folks who put in hard work every day covering the city, only to get booted out the door as a final gesture. Your work was worth it.