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The New York Times Co. is shopping around for a buyer for The Boston Globe, sources who said they were considering bidding on the newspaper said. The Boston Globe reported Wednesday that the Times Co. had hired Goldman Sachs to oversee a possible sale.
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The New York Times Co., owner of The Boston Globe, struck a tentative deal with the Globe's last holdout union in efforts to keep the newspaper in operation. Details of the Wednesday agreement with the Boston Newspaper Guild were not disclosed, but union President Dan Totten said the Times proposed a 23 percent wage cut and intimated that a large layoff can be expected regardless of the outcome of negotiations. The Times, which a month ago told unions that $20 million in concessions were...
Signers determined to protect newspaper from threat of closure BOSTON, April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The Boston Newspaper Guild today launched a petition to save The Boston Globe.
Call for a Completion of the Historical Record on 9/11 at Pivotal Hearings in Aviation Cases Supported by The New York Times Company, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press NEW YORK, March 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Calling for truth, rather than secrecy, to be the legacy of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, attorneys for a group of 9/11 family members are presenting oral arguments today urging U.S.
The New York Times Co has finalized a sale-leaseback agreement for part of its Manhattan headquarters, in a move aimed at raising cash to pay down its debt, the newspaper company announced on Monday.
BURLINGTON, N.J., Feb. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The New York Times and Franklin Electronic Publishers, Incorporated (NYSE Alternext US: FEP) today announced the creation of a handheld electronic version of the award-winning card game: SET(R).
The New York Times Co said Wednesday that that its fourth-quarter earnings were down 48 percent from the previous year, and that its online sales fell for the first time ever as advertisers cut back on spending.
The New York Times Co is being sued by GateHouse Media, one of the largest publishers of community newspapers, for copyright infringement.
The cash-strapped New York Times Co. is talking to Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim about investing in the struggling company. Considered to be the world's second-richest person with $60 billion, Slim bought a 6.4 percent common share stake in the Times Co. in September for about $118 million.
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