By Gavriel Hollander 16 May 10:31
Trinity Mirror's revenue for the first four months of the year fell by 10 per cent compared to the same period in 2013.
By Gavriel Hollander 15 May 10:22
The chief executive of Centaur has stood down amid a profit warning for the B2B publisher.
By Gavriel Hollander 09 May 9:30
News Corporation has revealed a 35 per cent fall in global publishing in income, despite what the company called “increased contributions from UK newspapers”.
By Dominic Ponsford 26 April 11:18
The campaign to save the job of Whitby Gazette editor John Stokoe was probably doomed to failure from the start.
By Dominic Ponsford 23 April 8:56
News Corp's total costs arising from the hacking scandal mushroomed yesterday as it reached a $139m settlement with rebel US shareholders. The claim was filed in September 2011 and shareholders accused News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch of using the company as his "personal fiefdom" - despite the fact that he is a minority shareholder. The legal claim was brought by a group of US shareholders including the Amalgamated Bank, the Central Labourer's Pension Fund and the City of New Orleans Employees' Retirement System.
New figures from the UK Internet Advertising Bureau suggest massive growth in mobile advertising fuelled by the growth in UK smartphone usage.
By Press Gazette 02 April 9:53
Specialist magazine publisher Future PUblishing has sold Classic Rock and Metal Hammer to a new company called Team Rock for £10.2m.
By Alan Selby 25 March 11:58
Trinity Mirror is to introduce technology across its top titles which will allow readers to buy products mentioned in editorial.
By William Turvill 19 March 9:59
Johnston Press cut nearly a quarter of its workforce last y
By Dominic Ponsford 14 March 9:42
- Operating profit up 2.5 per cent
- Simon Fox outlines vision for merger of national and regional divisions
By Andrew Pugh 12 March 9:10
Archant has reported £2.2m losses for the 2012 financial year and is facing a possible £13m bill from the taxman, shareholders were told today.
By Andrew Pugh 25 February 10:28
The Financial Times reported a 4 per cent increase in revenue to £443m in its end of year results this morning.
Thomson Reuters is to cut 2,500 jobs in according to chief executive Jim Smith, the BBC (and others) report.
By Andrew Pugh 06 February 9:17
Northcliffe Media saw its revenues fall 8 per cent fall to £49m in the three months before its sell-off to the new Local World joint venture.
By Andrew Pugh 28 January 10:02
A surge in profits at Tindle Newspapers suggests the UK’s embattled regional press may be finally recovering from the recession.
By Andrew Pugh 28 January 9:38
Sir Ray Tindle has defended the decision to increase his investment in debt-laden regional publisher Johnston Press.
By Dominic Ponsford 22 January 10:22
The Financial Times is planning a net reduction of 35 editorial jobs as it moves ahead with plans to “accelerate the shift from print to digital”.
By Press Gazette 21 January 8:58
Pearson has warned that FT Group’s full-year profits for 2012 will be “significantly lower” than 2011.
By Dominic Ponsford 10 January 11:43
Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre earned £1,786,000 for the year to the end of September 2012, Daily Mail and General Trust's annual report reveals.
By Andrew Pugh 08 January 11:07
MPs have questioned whether national newspapers can be trusted to report fairly on corporate tax dodgers like Amazon and Starbucks given that their owners “are themselves engaged in some form of tax avoidance”.