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Earnings roundup: UIL profit climbs; Arch Coal 3Q earnings tumble, but co. sees recovery signs
Earnings roundup: Washington Post profit rises on cable TV, ed units; AH Belo cuts costs
Washington Post Co. says newspaper cost cuts help it achieve a 69 percent jump in 3Q profit
Major companies tentatively scheduled to report quarterly results during week of 10/26/09
Apartment vacancies are driving rents down, so renters should be out there haggling - there are deals to be had!
The Daily Journal's strong returns and lack of debt are rare, especially in an industry as unstable as publishing.
Three newspaper stocks to delve into -- and three to throw in the recycling bin.
Los Angeles Times, Washington Post pulling plug on joint news service after 47 years
Tablet PCs, including Apple's long-rumored model, could prove a compelling way for newspapers to deliver content.
Loan modifications for mortgages are commonplace, but now credit card companies are using them to recoup losses.
Washington Post shutting down Web site that focused on neighborhood news in Virginia suburbs
The New York Times could be moving closer to a sale of its Boston Globe newspaper
The New York Times beat Wall Street targets with its quarterly earnings, and delivers a line that seems to promise an end to the print media ad recession.
Gannett turns in a better-than-expected quarter, sending its shares higher, but ad revenue continues to decline apace.
Take a look at these companies that are currently hiring full-time.
Wash. Post union OKs contract; job security changes, lump-sum payments, but no salary increase
At the Chicago confab last week, newspaper honchos gathered to discuss survival -- and to listen to the pitches of a series of salesmen.
A trade group releases ad-sales statistics that stun already highly pessimistic newspaper-industry watchers.
A meeting of high-level newspaper executives in Chicago revealed nothing except lower stocks and chatter of antitrust breaches
Is the media pushing the GM bankruptcy agenda or is the Obama Administration manipulating the news to pressure bondholders? It's a rhetorical question.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt tells the Financial Times that the search engine deliberated buying a newspaper -- maybe even the New York Times -- but thought better of it.
Ad marketer NebuAd going out of business after facing scrutiny on Internet privacy
As the unemployment rate jumps, more Americans are working part-time. Here's how to make extra money during the downturn.
News Corp. posts nearly flat earnings, hurt by a drop in advertising sales.
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