tronc Inc. (TRNC)

9.82
0.37 3.63
NASDAQ : Consumer Services
Prev Close 10.19
Open 10.10
Day Low/High 9.73 / 10.24
52 Wk Low/High 9.52 / 18.75
Volume 110.30K
Avg Volume 188.10K
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 35.46M
Market Cap 571.28M
EPS 0.20
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Where Does 'Oath' Rank Among the Worst Corporate Names?

Where Does 'Oath' Rank Among the Worst Corporate Names?

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Tronc's Newspapers Have It Hard Enough Without a Messy Ownership Fight

Tronc's Newspapers Have It Hard Enough Without a Messy Ownership Fight

While two Tronc directors engage in a power struggle for control of the newspaper publisher, jobs at legacy print publications plummet.

Tronc's Back-and-Forth Boardroom Battle Royale

Tronc's Back-and-Forth Boardroom Battle Royale

In an exchange of letters, Tronc squares off with its second-largest shareholder, Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong of Nant Capital, disputing allegations of poor corporate governance.

Tronc Shareholder Concerned About Corporate Governance

Tronc Shareholder Concerned About Corporate Governance

Tronc's largest shareholder is concerned about the way the company is being governed.

Tronc May Need to Placate Other Shareholders in Wake of Oaktree Sale

Tronc May Need to Placate Other Shareholders in Wake of Oaktree Sale

Chairman Michael Ferro's decision to buy out Oaktree Capital sent the publisher's stock higher on Friday even as it begged the question whether other shareholders might want a similar deal.

Tronc Investor Patrick Soon-Shiong Ups Stake Again in Battle for Control of Newspaper Giant

Tronc Investor Patrick Soon-Shiong Ups Stake Again in Battle for Control of Newspaper Giant

Michael Ferro, chairman of the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune publisher, moves to thwart a Soon-Shiong buyout of Tronc, as each amasses a quarter of all company shares.

Tronc's Adoption of Washington Post's Arc Platform Doubly Important

Tronc's Adoption of Washington Post's Arc Platform Doubly Important

The syndication of the Washington paper's digital publishing platform moves it beyond an 'experiment' as Michael Ferro's Tronc shifts its strategy.

Us Weekly Magazine Sold to David Pecker's American Media

Us Weekly Magazine Sold to David Pecker's American Media

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.

Us Weekly Gets New Suitor at Altar After Tronc Departure

Us Weekly Gets New Suitor at Altar After Tronc Departure

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

Tronc Is Close to Purchasing Us Weekly

Tronc is close to purchasing Us Weekly from Wenner Media, according to a report by TheStreet's Ken Doctor.

Ken Doctor: Michael Ferro's Tronc Nears Purchase of Wenner's Us Weekly

Ken Doctor: Michael Ferro's Tronc Nears Purchase of Wenner's Us Weekly

For a projected $85 million acquisition price, the newspaper company would get digital revenue -- and credibility, the chairman believes.

Tronc in Negotiations to Buy US Weekly

Tronc in Negotiations to Buy US Weekly

The New York Post media reporter Claire Atkinson tweeted that the two media firms are currently in talks.

Warren Buffett Issues Dire Prediction for Newspapers

Warren Buffett Issues Dire Prediction for Newspapers

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.

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Wednesday

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Wednesday

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.

Week Ahead: Fed Is Expected to Toe the Party Line

Week Ahead: Fed Is Expected to Toe the Party Line

Investors will be watching a newly hawkish Federal Reserve in the coming week.

News Corp.'s Upbeat Results Underscore National-Local Divide Among Publishers

News Corp.'s Upbeat Results Underscore National-Local Divide Among Publishers

It's not all about ad sales for legacy print publishers, as a jump in subscribers at WSJ.com shows.

Tribune Media CEO Exit Reflects Tough Times for Standalone Networks

Tribune Media CEO Exit Reflects Tough Times for Standalone Networks

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.

What Larry the Liquidator Can Tell Us About Pearson

What Larry the Liquidator Can Tell Us About Pearson

Why investing in even the best company in a dying industry will kill your portfolio.

Tronc, Inc. To Present At NobleCon13

Tronc, Inc. To Present At NobleCon13

Don't Tell Anyone: Insiders Are Buying These Stocks Like Crazy

Don't Tell Anyone: Insiders Are Buying These Stocks Like Crazy

Insiders at Infinity Pharmaceuticals and Och-Ziff Capital Management Group -- among other companies -- have been scooping up shares of their own stock lately.

Tribune Media Focuses on TV Stations With $560 Million Gracenote Sale

Tribune Media Focuses on TV Stations With $560 Million Gracenote Sale

Needing cash, the WGN owner says it will sell Gracenote, its digital video, music and sports business, to Nielsen.

3 Saggy Stocks to Ponder for 2017

3 Saggy Stocks to Ponder for 2017

Weight Watchers and Gannett are among the beaten-down names that investors might consider.

Tegna Pares Down, Gannett Bulks Up More Than a Year Post-Split

Tegna Pares Down, Gannett Bulks Up More Than a Year Post-Split

The TV station owner and newspaper publisher, formerly combined under the Gannett name, seem to be adopting opposing strategies after their separation.

Trump May Hate 'The Media' but Newspaper Stocks Are Rolling

Trump May Hate 'The Media' but Newspaper Stocks Are Rolling

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

Why It Might Be Time for Time Inc. to Sell Itself

Why It Might Be Time for Time Inc. to Sell Itself

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.

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.

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