The McClatchy Co. (MNI)

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AMEX : Consumer Services
Prev Close 2.48
Open 2.39
Day Low/High 2.20 / 2.60
52 Wk Low/High 1.95 / 10.40
Volume 43.74K
Avg Volume 26.10K
Exchange AMEX
Shares Outstanding 5.50M
Market Cap 21.32M
EPS -10.30
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Publishers Pull Out All the Stops

Publishers Pull Out All the Stops

Newspapers will consolidate, shrink and become more Internet-focused as the print market dims.

McClatchy to Sell 'Star Tribune' Newspaper

It goes to a private equity group for $530 million.

New York Times Sticks With Beantown

New York Times Sticks With Beantown

The company signals it won't give up on The Boston Globe, despite Wall Street wishes.

Private Equity Seeing Value in Media

Private Equity Seeing Value in Media

Buyout firms like broadcasters, but not publishers.

Tribune Tribulations Go Local

Tribune Tribulations Go Local

Hometown investors hope to capitalize on corporate turmoil.

Shades of Gray for Newspaper Stocks

Shades of Gray for Newspaper Stocks

Though third-quarter earnings have shown weakness, the stocks may have been hit too hard.

Publishers Post Mixed Results

McClatchy and Journal Communications beat earnings targets, but revenue remains weak.

CareerBuilder, 51job Form Pact

CareerBuilder, 51job Form Pact

The companies will provide links to each other on their Web sites.

Tuesday's Daily Blog Watch

Tuesday's Daily Blog Watch

Why Apple should buy YouTube, motion at USA Mobility, and what drives traffic to blogs.

McClatchy Trims Job Site Stake

McClatchy Trims Job Site Stake

A deal with Tribune and Gannett restructures CareerBuilder's ownership.

Judge Fails to Block McClatchy Sale

An antitrust suit sought a temporary injunction against McClatchy's sale of three California newspapers.

Tribune Faces New Test

Tribune Faces New Test

Earnings season means another checkup for sickly newspaper chains.

Gray Day at New York Times

Gray Day at New York Times

The stock slides as Goldman warns that the publisher may sit out an industry restructuring rally.

Tribune Backs Buyback

Tribune Backs Buyback

The media giant shrugs off reports of board dissent.

More Sales at McClatchy

More Sales at McClatchy

It deals off five more papers for $450 million.

Triangulating on Tribune

Triangulating on Tribune

Some investors say the door may be wide open for a takeout bid.

Tribune Takes the Lead

Tribune Takes the Lead

The publisher's restructuring could prod rivals to do the same.

Stocks Rise From Depths

Stocks Rise From Depths

They bounce after the S&P 500 touches its lowest point of the year.

Futures Feel More Pressure

Futures Feel More Pressure

Brutal European sessions set the stage for a slide.

McClatchy in Philly Paper Sale

McClatchy in Philly Paper Sale

It will get $515 million.

Justice Asks McClatchy About Twin Cities

Justice Asks McClatchy About Twin Cities

The Knight-Ridder buy gets another look.

From Red All Over to Hemorrhaging

Newspapers can't even lay claim to display ads anymore. It's bad here, and just getting worse.

Holder Hammers N.Y. Times

Holder Hammers N.Y. Times

Morgan Stanley takes aim at the dual-stock structure.

McClatchy Quarter Disappoints

McClatchy Quarter Disappoints

The first quarter is soft all around.

Papers Set to Make Headlines

Papers Set to Make Headlines

Looking for bullish indicators as earnings season gets under way for the newspaper sector.

The Maven: Pulp Fiction

The Maven: Pulp Fiction

Newspapers' history of cash generation doesn't mean squat in the current era.

Coming Week: Earnings Eggs

Coming Week: Earnings Eggs

Traders look for Alcoa to kick off earnings season with a treat in the holiday-shortened week.

Funny Money: Outsourcing Meets Blame-Shifting

GM, J.P. Morgan and the future of America's workforce. Plus, the Enron trial and other hilarity.

The Maven: A Painfully Quick Pulse

The Maven: A Painfully Quick Pulse

Coverage of a Crestor study shows what's wrong -- and dangerous -- about the ever-faster news cycle.

'RealMoney' Radio Recap: Market Madness

'RealMoney' Radio Recap: Market Madness

Cramer says the exuberance on Wall Street is justified.

TheStreet Quant Rating: D- (Sell)