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The company earned net income of $4.7 million, or 64 cents a share, for the first quarter, down from $31 million, or $4.07 a share, a year earlier. Revenue edged up to $959.1 million, from $955.5 million in the first quarter of 2012. The results were
Greensboro's News & Record to its growing newspaper division. Berkshire Hathaway said Thursday it had acquired the 122-year-old daily newspaper from Landmark Media Enterprises, which is based in Norfolk, Va...The Omaha World-Herald, which oversees
Andrew Stuart Daily Mail & General Trust has reported a 26% fall in operating profits at its national newspaper division in the half year to 1 April, as ailing regional division Northcliffe revealed its first growth in profits since the recession.
Font Resize From overseeing a two-person weekly in Michigan to running a group of 18 newspapers and shoppers, Steve Paterson brings an extensive range of advertising and publishing experience to his new job as publisher of the Community Newspaper
Graham Turner for the Guardian Northcliffe, Daily Mail & General Trust 's regional newspaper division, is on track to report its first growth in profits since the end of the recession...Wednesday, said Northcliffe was currently outperforming
Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Division II preseason top 40 poll. That is the same ranking the Cougars finished the 2010 season with as they went 44-12 and won the Peach Belt Conference baseball tournament...North Carolina-Pembroke and Georgia
Leveraging its strength and reputation in an effort to define the future of journalism, The E.W. SSP ) is shifting resources within its newspaper division to add multimedia journalists, editors and web developers in the company's 13 newspaper markets.
had a pretty good Q1except, of course, for the magazine division (i.e., Newsweek ), which saw revenue plunge 36 percent to $29.4 million. While Newsweek had a for sale sign hung on it this week, the newspaper division's troubles have sharply abated.
Canada's largest newspaper group is on the auction block amid the biggest upheaval in the country's media industry in years. CanWest Global Communications Corp., whose late founder Israel (Izzy) Asper once dreamed of creating a worldwide media empire,
Joseph, Mo., has directed employees at its Kansas and Missouri papers to take one-week furloughs in a cost-cutting move. The unpaid week off, to be taken by mid-July, will affect all 390 employees in NPG's newspaper division...Joseph News-