Financial news site TheStreet.com has laid off 10 editorial staffers according to TalkingBizNews.com.
This is the third round of layoffs for the NY-based company since 2016.
Shares in TheStreet.com closed at $1.47 Friday, up $0.07.
The site was founded in 1996 by Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s Mad Money.
Laid off workers include:
— Sarah Solomon, a social media reporter
— Leon Lazaroff, deputy managing editor and senior writer
— Gabriel Kinder, executive producer for social media and video