New York Times Co (NYT)

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Open 18.10
Day Low/High 18.02 / 18.35
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Volume 928.85K
Avg Volume 1.24M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 161.55M
Market Cap 2.92B
EPS 0.20
P/E Ratio 31.12
Div & Yield 0.16 (0.90%)

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Google Research Could Have Just Found a Solution to This Internet Problem

Google Research Could Have Just Found a Solution to This Internet Problem

Google, in a new initiative, has been working with media companies to root out bogus internet ads.

The New York Times Company To Webcast Second-Quarter 2017 Earnings Conference Call

The New York Times Company To Webcast Second-Quarter 2017 Earnings Conference Call

The New York Times Company (NYSE:NYT) announced today that its second-quarter 2017 earnings conference call will be held on Thursday, July 27 at 11:00 a.

What's Next for Tronc After Failure to Acquire Chicago Sun-Times

What's Next for Tronc After Failure to Acquire Chicago Sun-Times

Tronc shares were slipping on Thursday after the publisher of the Chicago Tribune came up short in its quest to acquire the rival Chicago Sun-Times.

7 Industries Apple's iPhone Has Totally Destroyed or Disrupted

7 Industries Apple's iPhone Has Totally Destroyed or Disrupted

Remember newspapers?

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 $.

This Timeline of Layoffs and Buyouts at the New York Times Shows Why the Staff Is Staging a Walkout

This Timeline of Layoffs and Buyouts at the New York Times Shows Why the Staff Is Staging a Walkout

The New York Times editorial staff is planning a 15-minute walkout for 3 p.m. ET on Thursday.

New York Times Editorial Staff Stages Walkout Over Cutbacks

New York Times Editorial Staff Stages Walkout Over Cutbacks

Times' reporters and copy editors sent a pair of letters to Executive Editor Dean Baquet and Managing Editor Joseph Kahn saying they feel betrayed and disrespected.

How Well Do You Remember the First iPhone?

How Well Do You Remember the First iPhone?

Tim Cook, you've been challenged.

Two Newspapers Have Crushed All Others in Post-Election Growth

Two Newspapers Have Crushed All Others in Post-Election Growth

While all political news reading is way up, it is the Post and Times -- spurred on by incisive reporting and top smartphone products -- that have most benefited.

The New York Times Announces Digital Subscriptions For NYT Cooking

The New York Times today announced digital subscriptions for NYT Cooking, its popular recipe site and app that helps home cooks discover and save the world's best recipes and serves as a guide in the kitchen.

Adobe Acquires 360-Degree VR Software Developer Mettle

Adobe Acquires 360-Degree VR Software Developer Mettle

Mettle develops virtual reality software.

New York Times' Digital Growth Bodes Well for Potential Foray Into Television

New York Times' Digital Growth Bodes Well for Potential Foray Into Television

Even in the face of a steep decline in print advertising, the company has been able to grow its revenue thanks to its digital sales.

Media Stocks Oddly Went Bust as Comey Took to TV to Rip Trump

Media Stocks Oddly Went Bust as Comey Took to TV to Rip Trump

Cable news networks were already having a banner time the last two years. And then came Comey v. Trump.

What's Behind the New York Times' Big Executive Shuffle

What's Behind the New York Times' Big Executive Shuffle

CEO Mark Thompson discusses Meredith Kopit Levien's promotion to COO, as the Times aims to get its new products successfully -- and more quickly -- to market.

Ken Doctor on Restructuring at The New York Times

Ken Doctor on Restructuring at The New York Times

Ken Doctor offers his insight into the latest restructuring plan at The New York Times.

The New York Times New Chief Operating Officer 'Is a Force of Nature'

The New York Times New Chief Operating Officer 'Is a Force of Nature'

The decision to make Meredith Kopit Levien chief operating officer is part of the Times' plan to reshape it digital departments

The New York Times Company Names Meredith Kopit Levien Chief Operating Officer

The New York Times Company today announced that Meredith Kopit Levien has been promoted to the position of executive vice president and chief operating officer effective immediately.

Ken Doctor on New York Times Cooking Section's New Premium Model

Ken Doctor on New York Times Cooking Section's New Premium Model

The New York Times is moving much of the Cooking section behind its paywall.

Leaks and Leeks: New York Times' Paid Cooking Dishes Up Next-Step Reader Revenue Strategy

Leaks and Leeks: New York Times' Paid Cooking Dishes Up Next-Step Reader Revenue Strategy

Yes, readers will pay for news from the publisher, but how many will pay for Cooking, Watching and other Times products soon entering the market?

The New York Times Company To Webcast Its Presentation At The 45th Annual J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media And Telecom Conference

The New York Times Company (NYSE:NYT) announced today that it will participate in the 45th Annual J.

Smooth Sailing for The New York Times?

Smooth Sailing for The New York Times?

Investors have pushed the publisher to close to a nine-year high, but do the numbers support the optimism?

This Is How President Trump Fueled a Revenue Surge at The New York Times

This Is How President Trump Fueled a Revenue Surge at The New York Times

The New York Times is making a financial comeback thanks, in part, to President Donald Trump.

Why Shares of the "Failing" New York Times Hit a 9-Year High

Why Shares of the "Failing" New York Times Hit a 9-Year High

The New York Times saw a 40% increase in digital circulation revenue, year over year

From Apple's Disappointments to Crude's Plummet to $500 Sneakers: TST's Week in Photos

From Apple's Disappointments to Crude's Plummet to $500 Sneakers: TST's Week in Photos

Wall Street shook off a slump in crude oil, higher chances of a June rate hike and Apple's disappointing earnings to post small gains for the first week of May.

New York Times Stock Soars on Report of Record-Breaking Digital Subscriber Growth

New York Times Stock Soars on Report of Record-Breaking Digital Subscriber Growth

The paper, highly criticized by President Donald Trump, tops analyst estimates for the first quarter and reports the best quarterly digital subscriber growth in its pay model history.

Fed Says First-Quarter Slowdown 'Transitory;' S&P 500, Nasdaq Close Slightly Lower

Fed Says First-Quarter Slowdown 'Transitory;' S&P 500, Nasdaq Close Slightly Lower

The central bank's faith in the economic recovery lifts some of the weight on Wall Street Wednesday. Stocks close mostly lower, though well off their lows.

S&P 500 Lower After Fed Leaves Rates Unchanged, Dow Turns Higher

S&P 500 Lower After Fed Leaves Rates Unchanged, Dow Turns Higher

Stocks hold mostly lower on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve's policy-making group decides to leave its federal funds rate unchanged.

Midday Report: Etsy Slumps Amid Leadership Shakeup; Apple Weighs on Wall Street

Midday Report: Etsy Slumps Amid Leadership Shakeup; Apple Weighs on Wall Street

A disappointing quarter for Apple weighed on Wall Street. The world's largest publicly traded company fell short of sales and iPhone shipment estimates.