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Us Weekly was sold to American Media, publisher of National Enquirer, as Jann Wenner unwinds his company, six months after selling a 49% stake in Rolling Stone.
The publisher of the Chicago Tribune drops out at the last moment, leaving room for National Enquirer owner AMI to snatch the middle-market celebrity magazine for up to $100 million.
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Tronc is close to purchasing Us Weekly from Wenner Media, according to a report by TheStreet's Ken Doctor.
For a projected $85 million acquisition price, the newspaper company would get digital revenue -- and credibility, the chairman believes.
The New York Post media reporter Claire Atkinson tweeted that the two media firms are currently in talks.
The famed value investor offers an ominous forecast for U.S. newspapers, predicting that only The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal are likely to survive the digital revolution.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed Wednesday after breaking records again in the previous session and ahead of minutes from the Federal Reserve's meeting earlier in February.
Investors will be watching a newly hawkish Federal Reserve in the coming week.
It's not all about ad sales for legacy print publishers, as a jump in subscribers at WSJ.com shows.
Peter Liguori will leave the television company after three years at the helm, an indication that it may choose to sell its superstation, WGN America.
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Insiders at Infinity Pharmaceuticals and Och-Ziff Capital Management Group -- among other companies -- have been scooping up shares of their own stock lately.
Needing cash, the WGN owner says it will sell Gracenote, its digital video, music and sports business, to Nielsen.
Weight Watchers and Gannett are among the beaten-down names that investors might consider.
The TV station owner and newspaper publisher, formerly combined under the Gannett name, seem to be adopting opposing strategies after their separation.
Donald Trump continues to berate 'the media,' further fueling a rebound in newspaper stocks.
The storied publisher has reportedly been fielding takeover offers, and one potential acquirer could be Meredith, which previously tried to buy Time Inc's titles back in 2013.
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.
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What can the newspaper publishers, whose M&A talks recently ended, do to improve their businesses?
Stocks slip on Tuesday in a weaker start to November as uncertainty over the upcoming presidential election weighs on Wall Street.
Tronc (TRNC) lost a $680 million-plus takeover bid from Gannett (GCI) earlier this week.
Tronc's financial results were delivered hours after Gannett dropped its $683 million bid to buy the newspaper publisher.