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Topic - The New York Times Co.
) is an American media company best known as the publisher of its namesake, The New York Times. Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr. has served as Chairman of the Board since 1997. It is headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. - Source: Wikipedia
Despite allegedly submitting a larger bid than eventual winner and Red Sox owner John Henry, a conservative ownership group was turned down in the sale of Boston Globe.
Businessman John Henry, the principal owner of the Boston Red Sox, has entered into an agreement to buy The Boston Globe for $70 million, a massive drop from its record $1.1 billion price two decades ago.
The Newspaper Association of America, the New York Times Co. and several other newspaper companies have filed papers in support of a lawsuit filed by The Associated Press against Meltwater, a company that monitors the media for corporate customers.
The New York Times Co. said Thursday that net income tripled in the final three months of 2012, boosted by gains from the sale of some online properties. The company also benefited from growth in digital subscription revenue and higher prices for print editions.
A lawyer for the politician wrongly implicated in a child sex abuse scandal says his client is likely to reach a settlement soon with the BBC and may sue people who named him on Twitter.
George Entwistle, the director general of the BBC, resigned on Saturday night over a TV program the network had aired that wrongly implicated a British politician in a child sex-abuse scandal.
Former New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, who led the newspaper to new levels of influence and profit while standing up for press freedom and editorial independence during some of the most significant moments in 20th-century journalism, died Saturday. He was 86.
The New York Times Co. is selling its minority interest in the job listing website Indeed.com and said it expects to book a $100 million profit in the fourth quarter.
The New York Times Co. says it is selling its interest in job listing website Indeed.com and expects to book a $100 million profit in the fourth quarter.
The New York Times has completed its $300 million sale of The About Group to Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp.
A beloved Boston-area independent alternative radio station is getting new life online several times over in partnership with traditional print media, and experts say it could be a model for other stations that can no longer be found on a radio dial.
USA Today, the nation's second-largest newspaper, is unveiling an overhaul of its printed and digital editions for the second time in less than two years.
The New York Times Co. is girding for a legal battle that many larger organizations have avoided.
The New York Times Co. is selling its troubled online information service, About.com, to the parent company of Ask.com for $300 million in cash.
The New York Times Co. named outgoing BBC head Mark Thompson as its next chief executive, saying it valued his record in helping the British broadcaster expand online.