New York Times Co. - Class A

NYSE: NYT
$52.59
+$0.21 (+0.4%)
Closing Price on July 11, 2024

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The stocks of Tronc and Gannett were thrown out of what would have been a normal trajectory by merger talks. Now they can move according to results.
Despite a late year sell-off, it McClatchy led newspaper stocks in what was a 2016 of generally dismal performance.
So far this year, share price increases among newspaper companies have been related more to mergers and acquisitions than financial performance. New York Times has broken that pattern.
Breitbart.com had 93.2 million visits in November. That made it nearly two-thirds the size  of Gannett’s (NYSE: GCI) USAToday.com and nearly three times the size of Comcast’s (NASDAQ:...
Of all the dailies in America, the New York Times stands the best chance to make a great deal of money charging for content. Its editorial product is widely regarded as the best in the country, by...
As newspapers try to increase paid subscribers and put a great deal of their content behind paywalls, they have resorted to car dealership tactics. Buy over Labor Day weekend, or lose the deal...
Almost every major paper in the United States is chasing the paywall success of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
Google sites were the most visited in May, based on desktop and mobile results together, according to research firm comScore.
The New York Times believes it has a new way to increase subscription revenue. It needs one. The top line keeps shrinking, as it has for years.
The insiders are back and they are buying and selling. Until the period for second-quarter earnings rolls around in July, the windows for insiders will be wide open.
For the moment, the New York Times is leading the Post in online visitors. It remains to be seen which can capitalize on them.
Google once again showed its dominance of U.S. online visitors. It posted unique visitors of more than 248 million unique visitors in December.
The FT was sold to Nikkei, the large Japanese media company, for $1.3 billion. The FT’s publisher, Pearson Group admitted its 50% of The Economist was also on the block. Some estimates of the...
New tech companies have moved into old media territory, and news suddenly has become important again.
Facebook has begun its anticipated program of including "Instant Articles" in its news feed. Is Facebook an enemy to the future of tradition media?