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Former Wall Street Journal publisher among those picked to lead post-bankruptcy Star Tribune
The Kansas City Star orders one-week furloughs, pursuing voluntary buyouts
Newspaper stocks climb higher again Monday after strong quarterly reports last week have possibly pushed out some short sellers.
The New York Times beat Wall Street targets with its quarterly earnings, and delivers a line that seems to promise an end to the print media ad recession.
Secured creditors would take over Star Tribune under Chapter 11 reorganization plan
At the Chicago confab last week, newspaper honchos gathered to discuss survival -- and to listen to the pitches of a series of salesmen.
Teamsters threaten to strike, shut down Star Tribune if newspaper allowed to scrap contract
A meeting of high-level newspaper executives in Chicago revealed nothing except lower stocks and chatter of antitrust breaches
Standard & Poor's cuts McClatchy ratings but says debt exchange would help 'weather downturn'
General Motors, McClatchy, Ann Taylor, GameStop among big market movers Thursday
Fitch downgrades McClatchy debt ratings, sees bankruptcy threat
McClatchy announces a debt exchange offer, holding off possible insolvency, and shares of the troubled newspaper chain move sharply higher.
McClatchy offers to buy back $1.15B in debt at big discount, hoping to get more breathing room
McClatchy CEO sees 'long and prosperous' future for newspaper publisher despite ad adversity
Federal judge won't order Tucson Citizen to resume publishing, denying Arizona AG's request
Washington Post Co. reports 1st-quarter loss as ad revenue plummets at namesake newspaper
US newspaper circulation falls 7.1 percent in Oct-March period, marking biggest decline yet
Moody's downgrades New York Times, McClatchy credit ratings
Star Tribune, Newspaper Guild reach tentative contract agreement with cuts
McClatchy suffers 1Q loss of $37.5 million as ad revenue wilts, raising more analyst concerns
Calendar of major business events scheduled for Thursday
The New York Times reports a loss of $74.5 million, or 52 cents a share, for the first three months of the year.
Gannett shares are rising after an announcement that a major shareholder had doubled its stake in the company.
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