News Corp hacking scandal costs total $7m for last three months of 2015, up 40 per cent on previous quarterBy William Turvill 05 February 16:23
The company's second quarter results showed this figure was $7m (£4.8m) for its second quarter, up from $5m in the first, to September 2015.
By Dominic Ponsford 03 February 15:52
Johnston Press expects to revise down the estimate of its pensions deficit by some £53m to £37m.
By William Turvill 28 January 15:15
Trinity Mirror's new cut-price national newspaper is set to be launched next month.
By William Turvill 28 January 8:30
Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT) announced the change today as it reported Mail newspaper circulation revenues were down 4 per cent year on year in its first quarter, the three months to 31 December.
Johnston Press on 'collision course' with NUJ as members are asked to back demands and industrial action ballotBy William Turvill 26 January 17:20
Johnston Press is said to be on "collision course" with the National Union of Journalists over plans its plans to cut up to 100 jobs.
Johnston Press investor document forecasts 2017 operating profit growth driven by ads and more cost cutsBy William Turvill 20 January 14:25
The Liberum report, seen by Press Gazette, says: "Johnston Press management are experts at taking costs out of the business."
By William Turvill 20 January 8:27
Johnston Press has identified 59 titles it considers to be "sub-core" after revealing it is looking to sell some of its brands.
By William Turvill 19 January 11:49
Journalists at Newsquest have called for an urgent review of the system which sees many titles sub-edited remotely from a centre in Newport, Wales.
By William Turvill 19 January 8:52
Johnston Press has identified "a number of brands" that are not "part of its long-term future" and put them up for sale.
By Dominic Ponsford 15 January 7:52
Sir Ray Tindle is selling a number of his titles in London and Dorset to the current managers. Sir Ray Tindle plans for future with sale of London and Dorset titles to management
By PA Mediapoint 14 January 8:47
Daily Mail and General Trust has launched the search for a new chief executive after Martin Morgan announced plans to retire at the end of the year.
By William Turvill 12 January 8:45
A team of Mirror journalists are working on a new, cut-price national newspaper, well-placed sources have told Press Gazette.
By William Turvill 11 January 14:02
The latest proposed editorial job cuts at Johnston Press will mean the company’s editorial headcount has halved since 2009, according to Press Gazette research.
Nearly 100 journalists at risk of redundancy across Johnston Press - Scotland and Northern Ireland worst hitBy William Turvill 11 January 11:42
Nearly 100 editorial jobs are set to go at Johnston Press in the latest round of cuts.
By Dominic Ponsford 07 January 12:13
Newsquest is proposing to cut another 25 journalism jobs on its Glasgow-based daily titles – the fourth round of redundancies on the titles in 14 months.
Newsagents condemn Northern and Shell as cover price cuts set to be extended from Star to Express titlesBy William Turvill 23 December 13:59
The Saturday price of the Daily Express is beng cut from 85p to 45p, according to NFRN, the newsagents trade body.
By William Turvill 22 December 11:00
It has been widely reported this month that the Government has quietly shelved the second part of the Leveson Inquiry.
Paul Dacre's pay and pension grosses £2.16m, down due to switch from salary supplement to long-term incentive planBy William Turvill 21 December 9:14
While his salary has increased by 2 per cent from £1.378m to £1,419m, Dacre did not this year take a salary supplement, which last year totalled £1m.
By William Turvill 16 December 9:14
The Daily Mirror currently costs 60p, making it the most expensive daily tabloid along with the Daily Mail.
By Dominic Ponsford 15 December 9:06
Business publisher and events organiser UBM has sold its press release distribution business PR Newswire for $821m (£562m).