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SAN FRANCISCO, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The Bay Citizen, a nonprofit, nonpartisan public media organization based in San Francisco, announced that it will provide branded local news content to The New York Times for its Bay Area pages beginning this Friday, June 4.
TROY, Mich., March 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- First Quarter Highlights Net revenues of $13.1 million, up 18 percent.Income before income taxes of $3.1 million, up 45 percent.Net income of $2.0 million, up 57 percent; $0.16 per diluted share.Somanetics adjusts full-year guidance to net revenues increasing 12 to 15 percent over 2009 to approximately $56 million to $57.5 million, and operating margin to be approximately 17 to 20 percent, excluding litigation expense.Somanetics Corporation...
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The Bay Area News Project, a new non-profit media organization, and The New York Times announced today that the two organizations are moving forward with a content collaboration.
BURLINGTON, N.J., Sept. 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The New York Times and Franklin Electronic Publishers Incorporated (NYSE Amex: FEP) have inked a licensing agreement to broaden the range of handhelds Franklin will offer under The New York Times trademark.
Two top executives at the New York Times Co. said its Boston Globe newspaper had wrung enough concessions from labor to ensure its survival. Chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr.
Boston Globe reporters and editors voted Monday to accept a new contract that gives the financially struggling newspaper $10 million in concessions. Members of the Boston Newspaper Guild, the Globe's largest union, rejected a similar deal in June by 12 votes out of more than 500 cast.
Boston Globe reporters and editors voted Monday on whether to accept a new contract that gives the financially struggling newspaper $10 million in concessions. Members of the Boston Newspaper Guild, the Globe's largest union, rejected a similar deal in June by 12 votes out of more than 500 cast.
Officials of the Newspaper Guild in Boston have reached a tentative agreement with The Boston Globe that could end months of acrimonious negotiations. Union members voted down a previous contract agreement that would have saved the company $10 million in operational costs.
Loyal Globe Readers Call on New York Times Company to Treat Workers Fairly as Union, Company Set to Meet BOSTON, June 15 /PRNewswire/ -- As leaders of the Boston Globe's largest union prepare to meet with the New York Times Company today, Globe readers continue their outpouring of support for Globe workers and the institution's vital mission of journalism and free speech.
Three businessmen in Boston are actively considering putting in bids to purchase the Boston Globe, sources knowledgeable about the possible sale say. The anonymous sources said the three individuals contemplating a purchase of the newspaper include Boston Celtics co-owner Stephen Pagliuca, Partners HealthCare Chairman Jack Connors and former Globe executive Stephen Taylor, the newspaper reported Friday. The sources said the businessmen are each attempting to assemble possible investors for a...
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