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    Facebook Pushes Speedier News Publishing

    DJ Business News – 9:01 PM ET 05/13/2015

    Facebook Inc.' s move to directly host news articles marks Silicon Valley's latest attempt to appeal to impatient mobile consumers. On Wednesday, the company announced an initiative, dubbed Instant Articles, in which nine media organizations will publish content directly on Facebook's (FB) iPhone app, rather than just links. Participants include the New York Times (NYT), National Geographic and BuzzFeed.

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    The New York Times Company to Webcast Its Presentation at the 43rd Annual J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media and Telecom Conference

    Business Wire – 11:30 AM ET 05/13/2015

    The New York Times Company (NYT) announced today that it will participate in the 43rd Annual J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media and Telecom Conference in Boston on Wednesday, May 20, 2015.

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    Why 'rate rage' may not be coming for this market after all

    MarketWatch – 8:55 AM ET 05/13/2015

    Critical information ahead of the U.S. market's open. Dragonfly Capital's Greg Harmon is sick of hearing about how the sky is falling on the stock market. He chides everyone-- financial journalists included-- for constant scare-mongering when not much is really changing.

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    Facebook starts hosting 'instant' news articles

    MarketWatch – 4:25 AM ET 05/13/2015

    Nine publishing partners can sell ads. Facebook (FB) will host articles from nine media organizations on its mobile app starting Wednesday, as part of an experiment that offers attractive terms for publishers, but also risks deepening their reliance on the social network for traffic. The New York Times (NYT), National Geographic, BuzzFeed, NBC, The Atlantic, The Guardian, BBC News, Spiegel and Bild are Facebook's (FB) initial partners in the program, dubbed Instant Articles.

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    Facebook ties up with 9 publishers to directly inject news

    Reuters – 1:43 AM ET 05/13/2015

    Facebook Inc (FB) tied up with nine news publishers to launch "Instant Articles" that will let them publish articles directly to the social network's mobile news feeds.

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    The New York Times Company Names Dorothea Herrey Senior Vice President, NYT Live

    Business Wire – 11:00 AM ET 05/06/2015

    The New York Times Company (NYT) announced today that Dorothea Herrey has been named senior vice president for The Times’s event business, NYT Live. Ms. Herrey will assume responsibility for the commercial aspects of all Times conferences, TimesTalks and other live events, including production, marketing, digital representation and revenue generation from sponsorship sales and delegate participation.

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    Facebook Offering to Let Publishers Keep Revenue From Certain Ads

    DJ Business News – 6:05 PM ET 05/01/2015

    Facebook Inc. (FB) is offering to let publishers keep all the revenue from certain advertisements, in a bid to persuade them to distribute content through the social network, according to people familiar with the matter. Many publishers now post links to their content on Facebook (FB), which has become an important source of online traffic for news sites. But opening those links on a mobile device can be slow and frustrating, taking around eight seconds.

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    Facebook Offering to Let Publishers Keep Revenue From Certain Ads

    DJ Business News – 5:41 PM ET 05/01/2015

    Facebook Inc. (FB) is offering to let publishers keep all the revenue from certain advertisements, in a bid to persuade them to distribute content through the social network, according to people familiar with the matter. Many publishers now post links to their content on Facebook (FB), which has become an important source of online traffic for news sites. But opening those links on a mobile device can be slow and frustrating, taking around eight seconds.

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    LinkedIn shares sell off after hours on disappointing outlook

    MarketWatch – 6:00 PM ET 04/30/2015

    By Wallace Witkowski and Sue Chang, MarketWatch. Visa, Gilead, First Solar (FSLR) also report. LinkedIn Corp. (LNKD) shares lost nearly a quarter of their value after the social media website for professional networking issued a disappointing forecast for the quarter and year.

  10. New York Times shares gain 1.9%

    MarketWatch – 9:31 AM ET 04/30/2015
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    Cost cuts help New York Times profit beat estimates

    Reuters – 9:20 AM ET 04/30/2015

    New York Times Co (NYT) reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as its cost-cutting initiatives offset a decline in revenue. The company said in October it would cut about 7.5 percent of its newsroom positions and shut its mobile app, NYT Opinion, to compensate for dwindling advertising revenue.

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    Cost cuts push up New York Times profit

    Reuters – 8:53 AM ET 04/30/2015

    New York Times Co (NYT) reported a 4.6 percent rise in quarterly adjusted operating profit despite dwindling print ad sales as cost-cutting initiatives paid off. The company said in October it would cut about 7.5 percent of its newsroom positions and shut its mobile app, NYT Opinion, to compensate for a fall in advertising revenue and as new digital products failed to live up to expectations.

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    New York Times tops profit estimates as digital ad revenue grows

    MarketWatch – 8:42 AM ET 04/30/2015

    New York Times Co. (NYT) said Thursday it had a loss of $14.3 million, or 9 cents a share, in the first quarter, after a profit of $1.74 million, or 2 cents a share, in the year-earlier period, weighed down by special pension charges. Excluding those, the company had adjusted per-share earnings of 11 cents, topping the FactSet consensus of 8 cents. Revenue edged down 1.6% to $384 million, matching the FactSet consensus.

  14. New York Times expects ad revenue to fall in mid-single digits in Q2

    MarketWatch – 8:33 AM ET 04/30/2015
  15. New York Times Q1 revenue $384.2 mln, down 1.6%; FactSet consensus $384 mln

    MarketWatch – 8:33 AM ET 04/30/2015
  16. New York Times Q1 adj. EPS 11 cents; FactSet consensus 8 cents

    MarketWatch – 8:32 AM ET 04/30/2015
  17. New York Times Q1 loss per share 9 cents vs EPS 2 cents

    MarketWatch – 8:32 AM ET 04/30/2015
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    The New York Times Company Reports 2015 First-Quarter Results

    Business Wire – 8:30 AM ET 04/30/2015

    The New York Times Company (NYT) announced today adjusted diluted earnings per share from continuing operations of $.11 in the first quarter of 2015 compared with $.07 in the first quarter of 2014. Adjusted operating profit grew to $59.2 million in the first quarter of 2015 from $56.6 million in the first quarter of 2014, as broad cost reductions more than offset a decline in revenues.

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    The New York Times Explores Virtual Reality at Second NewFronts Presentation

    Business Wire – 11:00 AM ET 04/27/2015

    The New York Times (NYT) showcased some early experimentation with virtual reality at its NewFronts presentation, “Every Angle,” today at Skylight Modern in New York City.

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    ECB Yet to Make Decision on Greek Bonds

    DJ Business News – 7:25 AM ET 04/22/2015

    FRANKFURT--The European Central Bank has yet to make a decision about raising the so-called haircut on Greek bonds in the emergency lending program that currently props up the country's troubled banks, people familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal Wednesday. The comments follow a report published Tuesday in the New York Times (NYT), which said the ECB was insisting that the value of the collateral Greek lenders could post at their central bank in emergency...

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