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The third-quarter loss amounts to 10 cents a share.
Third-quarter earnings beat estimates as the media firm brushes off slowdown 'noise.'
One analyst expects evidence of the slowdown to be more apparent in fourth-quarter results.
A deal with Tribune bolsters the Sports Illustrated publisher's industry-leading portfolio.
Third-quarter earnings are in line with estimates.
A positive earnings preannouncement fails to breathe life into a weak stock.
The high-ranking executive is leaving to take on other opportunities, the media giant says.
Media stocks have been weak over the last year as ad sales have slowed.
Despite a weeklong rally, the stock is sharply off its highs and investors lack confidence in it.
The executive had run the media giant's Australian and U.S. print operations.