The cuts at the magazine happened at the end of October and were 50 or so deep - the Los Angeles, Silicon Valley and London bureaus were axed entirely, and the layoffs spanned several days. Perhaps it's not surprising then that writers and editors with nothing to do but fume would turn to the tell-all. And that, per the tipster, they'll get all the help they need:
Recently ousted employees are said to be lining up to share anecdotes and sources with the authors of the proposed tell-all.
More as it comes in.