Gannett Co., Inc.

NYSE: GCI
$1.24
+$0.06 (+5.3%)
Real time price as of July 10, 2020 3:24 pm EDT
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Baker Hughes, Chewy, Chubb, eBay, Etsy, Gannett, GoDaddy, PayPal, Spotify, Southwest Airlines, Starbucks, Tesla and Zoom Communications.
The odds that McClatchy papers will be sold is high, and there is already a list of potential buyers.
Here are five stocks of popular consumer services providers that recently saw their 50-day moving average cross below the 200-day average, a death cross.
The list of daily newspapers that have shut down grows more rapidly by the year, not to mention those that have had massive layoffs.
The Reading Eagle may not be the last paper that survives mostly in name only. The newspaper industry's tragedy is far from over.
Many in the industry expected that if Digital First Media directors began to influence the Gannett board, then Gannett faced dismantling. Eventually, Digital First might even become Gannett's owner.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Friday include Apple, Biogen, Costco, Kroger, Humana and Patterson-UTI.
New tariffs levied against newsprint imported from Canada to the U.S. will cost already struggling newspapers millions of dollars. Survival is not guaranteed.
A sharp weakening of the digital ad duopoly as marketers lose trust in the properties they have relied on for so long could be a windfall larger than other media properties could ever have expected.
Apple may enjoy a massive tax windfall under the new tax code, UPS warns some holiday deliveries could be delayed, and other important headlines.
The New York Daily News has lost money for a number of years, but Tronc now has papers in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City, the nation's three largest markets.
As media veteran Ross Levinsohn steps up as the new publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times, the parent company has a market cap of $440 million.
Avon CEO Sheri McCoy will retire, Uber rented unsafe cars to its drivers in Singapore, Sports Illustrated will start a modeling agency, and other headlines.
In the past five trading days, many of America's largest publicly traded newspaper companies have been under siege on Wall Street.
Can Gannett can reach its revenue guidance for 2017, which is between around $3.2 billion? If it can match or beat those numbers, its stock is likely to rally strongly.