Keep on rockin’ in the fee world, newspapers

May 26, 2009

It’s refreshing to read some reasoned thinking about the future of newspapers that does not come from

Allan Sloan spots New York Times tax genius

January 22, 2009

The New York Times might not have figured out its long-term strategy to survive just yet, but Fortune columnist Allan Sloan discovered that someone working for the company is a genius when it comes to taxes.

Could Slim be a bad harbinger for New York Times dissidents?

January 19, 2009

Mexican billionaire and telecommunications tycoon Carlos Slim is poised to throw hundreds of millions of dollars at The New York Times Co so the newspaper publisher can buy some more time to get its act together as advertising revenue falls and debt looms. If he is truly an ally of the Times, as our sources say, it could prove bad news for dissident investors like Harbinger Capital Partners who are pressing for drastic changes at the Times.

Slim chance for New York Times Co.

September 11, 2008

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Few investors are interested in newspapers these days — except for the super rich.