Operating profit eases on the back of investments in its digital-subscription business.
New York Times posts first-quarter earnings that beat analysts' forecasts on stronger subscriber growth and positive results from the spinout of its digital products NYT Cooking and Crossword offerings.
Jim Cramer is watching the Apple services stream and the activist action in Bed Bath & Beyond. What does it all mean for the markets?
Gannett Co., the parent company of USA Today, saw earnings and revenues decline from the prior year as the publisher struggles to find more readers and digital isn't a sure path to profitability.
Ready for the weekend? Here's a breakdown of the top headlines.
I don't know why some people or funds shorted NYT but the technical signals have been clearly bullish.
TIME chose journalists for 2018 Person of the Year because democracy and truth are under attack around the world.
Oil prices are beating the S&P 500 by a factor of four-to-one in the last year.
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