New York Times Co (NYT)

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NYSE : Services
Prev Close 13.60
Open 13.50
Day Low/High 13.43 / 13.60
52 Wk Low/High 10.60 / 14.20
Volume 338.01K
Avg Volume 604.30K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 161.09M
Market Cap 2.19B
EPS 0.40
P/E Ratio 52.31
Div & Yield 0.16 (1.20%)

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Analysts' Actions -- Allstate, Cognizant, Hershey, AIG and More

Analysts' Actions -- Allstate, Cognizant, Hershey, AIG and More

Here are Friday's top research calls, including upgrades for Cognizant, American International and Hershey, and a downgrade for Allstate.

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IBM And The New York Times Company's T Brand Studio Unveil New AR Experience Inspired By "Hidden Figures" Movie

Explore Stories of STEM Innovators Via a Mobile Device

The New York Times Company Declares Regular Quarterly Dividend

The New York Times Company Declares Regular Quarterly Dividend

The New York Times Company's Board of Directors today declared a regular quarterly dividend of $.

The New York Times Redesigns Its Arts And Culture Coverage

The New York Times Redesigns Its Arts And Culture Coverage

The New York Times will unveil an enhanced Arts report on Friday, December 9.

Trump May Not Like 'The Media' but Newspaper Stocks Are on a Roll

Trump May Not Like 'The Media' but Newspaper Stocks Are on a Roll

Donald Trump continues to berate 'the media,' further fueling a rebound in newspaper stocks.

New York Times Will Continue Cost-Cutting in 2017, CEO Mark Thompson Says

New York Times Will Continue Cost-Cutting in 2017, CEO Mark Thompson Says

The New York Times isn't done adjusting its cost structure, and expects to continue both cost-cutting and investing in new initiatives, said CEO Mark Thompson.

Midday Report: New York Times Subscriptions Soar; Crude Oil Limits Stock Gains

Midday Report: New York Times Subscriptions Soar; Crude Oil Limits Stock Gains

Stocks move cautiously higher, shaking off early losses that were driven by a slump in crude oil.

New York Times Sees 'Extraordinary' Post-Election Boost in Subscribers, CEO Thompson Says

New York Times Sees 'Extraordinary' Post-Election Boost in Subscribers, CEO Thompson Says

The New York Times is 'far from failing,' despite what President-elect Donald Trump may have said, according to CEO Mark Thompson.

The New York Times Company To Webcast Its Presentation At The UBS 44th Annual Global Media And Communications Conference

The New York Times Company To Webcast Its Presentation At The UBS 44th Annual Global Media And Communications Conference

The New York Times announced today that it will participate in the UBS 44th Annual Global Media and Communications Conference in New York City on Monday, December 5, 2016.

Trump Tells Times He Could 'In Theory' Run Business and Government but Won't

Trump Tells Times He Could 'In Theory' Run Business and Government but Won't

Donald Trump assumed before being elected that 'you'd have to set up some type of trust or whatever' as president. You don't, but he 'would like to do something.'

Trump Meeting with New York Times is Back On after Early-Morning Twitter Tirade

Trump Meeting with New York Times is Back On after Early-Morning Twitter Tirade

Donald Trump continued his Twitter tirade against the New York Times early Tuesday morning, announcing his decision to cancel a meeting with the publication scheduled for later in the day.

Stocks Open at Record Highs; Dollar Tree Beats Earnings Estimates

Stocks Open at Record Highs; Dollar Tree Beats Earnings Estimates

U.S. stocks opened at fresh record highs on Tuesday, after the three major indices closed at record highs on Monday.

The New York Times Company Names Diane Brayton General Counsel

The New York Times Company Names Diane Brayton General Counsel

The New York Times Company announced today that Diane Brayton will succeed Kenneth Richieri as its general counsel, effective January 1, 2017.

The New York Times Adds 41,000 New Subscriptions Since Election Day

The New York Times Adds 41,000 New Subscriptions Since Election Day

The New York Times announced today that in the seven-day period since Election Day, it had a net increase of 41,000 paid subscriptions to its news products, both print and digital, the largest one-week subscription increase...

Trump Attack on New York Times Proves There's No Such Thing as Bad Publicity

Trump Attack on New York Times Proves There's No Such Thing as Bad Publicity

The New York Times and Donald Trump traded barbs recently amid debate over campaign coverage while shares of the publisher continue to enjoy a post-election bounce.

Might Tronc and Gannett Have a Healthy Future, Together or Separately?

Might Tronc and Gannett Have a Healthy Future, Together or Separately?

What can the newspaper publishers, whose M&A talks recently ended, do to improve their businesses?

The New York Times Company Reports 2016 Third-Quarter Results

The New York Times Company Reports 2016 Third-Quarter Results

The New York Times Company (NYSE:NYT) announced today a third-quarter 2016 diluted earnings per share from continuing operations of $.

The New York Times To Produce And Publish Daily 360° Video, Made Possible With Technology From Samsung

The New York Times To Produce And Publish Daily 360° Video, Made Possible With Technology From Samsung

The New York Times and Samsung Electronics America, Inc.

The New York Times Company Vice Chairman Michael Golden To Retire At Year-End

The New York Times Company Vice Chairman Michael Golden To Retire At Year-End

The New York Times Company announced today that Michael Golden, 67, the vice chairman, will retire from his executive management role on December 31, 2016.

U.S. Banks vs. Venmo, Square and Others -- Tech Roundup

U.S. Banks vs. Venmo, Square and Others -- Tech Roundup

The New York Times is buying Wirecutter for $30 million, while U.S. banks roll out Zelle, a money-transfer platform.

Media disruption

Media disruption

AT&T and Time Warner deal shows media industry turmoil

The New York Times Company Acquires The Wirecutter And The Sweethome

The New York Times Company Acquires The Wirecutter And The Sweethome

The New York Times Company today announced that it has acquired The Wirecutter and The Sweethome, product-recommendation services that serve as a guide to technology gear, home products and other consumer services.

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DDoS Attacks Take Down Dozens of Websites

DDoS Attacks Take Down Dozens of Websites

Twitter, Amazon and Yelp are among the affected.

The New York Times Names A.G. Sulzberger Deputy Publisher

The New York Times Names A.G. Sulzberger Deputy Publisher

The New York Times announced today that A.G.