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Newspapers Face Another 10% Drop in Revenue

If recent news from the newspaper industry is a sign that revenue dropped another 10% in the second quarter of the year, that would put it on a pace to ...
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The Google search unit of Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) posted earnings results that were much larger than the possible effects of a fine from the European Union. According to The ...
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Paper Prices Continue to Undermine Future of Newspapers

The harm that tariffs on newsprint can bring to the newspaper industry was an obscure subject several weeks ago. It is now front and center of the conversations about the ...
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Lee Enterprises Stock Soars on Deal to Manage Berkshire Hathaway Media

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) owns more than 100 newspapers and digital media properties, including Warren Buffett's hometown paper, the Omaha World-Herald, which the company purchased in 2011. Newspaper owner ...
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China may put tariffs on U.S. crude. According to Reuters: China’s threat to impose duties on U.S. oil imports will hit a business that has soared in the last two ...
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Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) expects to reach production of 5,000 Model 3 cars per week by the end of the month. According to a Seeking Alpha transcript: CEO Elon Musk ...
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Newspaper Billionaire Saviors Start to Make Cuts

In cities from Salt Lake to Minneapolis, Las Vegas to Boston and Washington, billionaires have bought local newspapers. This has been seen as a major benefit to the industry in ...
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What Happened to the Sale of the Los Angeles Times? (Update)

Update: The New York Post reported that the sale of the Los Angeles Times to billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong has slowed, perhaps because he wants more information about the paper's operation. ...
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JPMorgan Makes Huge Contrarian Call and Upgrades New York Times

If any media sector has struggled since the new millennium began almost 20 years ago, it is print newspaper journalism. For many, the reasons are clear: The concepts of buying ...
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Newspaper Revenue May Have Dropped 10% in Q1

Several large newspaper chains have laid off employees in the past several months. Evidence suggests that higher newsprint prices are undermining margins as well. And a growing body of evidence ...
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More Signs Newspaper Business Is Faltering Quickly

The newspaper industry has too many newspapers and too many chains to look at it as a whole to determine its health. However, there is no question its health has ...
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New Threat to Free Press: Newsprint Prices

Newsprint prices may cripple already challenged newspaper company bottom lines. In the case of some papers, there is a struggle to stay open. As more fold or are forced to ...
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The Justice Department has started a probe of whether AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) and Verizon Communications Inc. (NASDAQ: VZ) had a way to lower competition. According to The Wall Street ...
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Do Amazon Prime Members Get Washington Post for Free?

In the battle between the president and Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), The Washington Post, owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, has become a pawn. The president has even suggested that because ...
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Local TV Websites Threaten Newspapers

Newspaper executives plan to move enough readers from print to online consumption that they can stay ahead of the old model under which papers were delivered to people's homes. If ...
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