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A piece in the FT today sheds a little more light on the financials of Guardian News and Media as it seeks to stem losses running at over £33m a year.
In the middle distance, a different kind of Guardian Media
Like many of the old guard Fleet Street commentators, Stephen Glover frequently talks nonsense when confronted by financials.
Trinity Mirror paid Guardian Media Group £7.4m for its regional newspapers business on 28 March. As of 4 July
Tomorrow, when Guardian Media Group publishes its annual accounts for the year to March 2010, those who regard The Guardian as a perverse charity that distorts competition will argue that not much has changed.
To say the least, the notion of 'switching off the presses'is simplistic.
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Conventional wisdom suggests that the Guardian will emerge as one of the champions of free-to-air digital content when the Times and Sunday Times erect their paywalls in June.
Guardian Media Group isn't known for losing bosses. Yet it's been a busy 12 months at the top of the company.
The Office of Fair Trading has opened an invitation for interested parties to comment on whether it should refer
For most Britons, the Blair-Brown boom reached a peak in early 2008. Yet as always, the news business was ahead of the game. For most publishers, revenues hit an all-time high during 2004-2005.