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The publisher's profit keeps falling, with little accountability.
The Chandler family's bid for the media giant offers little upside to outside shareholders.
The company's controlling family trust may block an attempt to sell the assets.
Its CEO speaks out against abandoning the company's dual-class share structure.
Cramer says that the maker of the grand slam breakfast has been turning itself around.
Newspaper publishers will team with the Internet giant for online advertising and search functions.
In a tough newspaper environment, the company's major focus is now on education.
Seaboard is a member of the no-split club. It also finds favor with two value-seeking guru strategies.
Soon, it won't be only embattled companies that resort to crunching pensioners' benefits to please shareholders.
No one wants to be in newspapers anymore, and a buyer would just be Bruce Sherman's next target.
Despite obituaries detailing their demise, newspaper firms still attract some contrarians.
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