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Articles from July 30

Broker: Small- to Mid-Circ Papers at, or Nearing, Economic Bottom
As a group, smaller newspapers were the last to be brought down by the Great Recession, and now a report from a brokerage firm specializing in community papers suggests they may be the first to find the bottom to the industry's misery. "The industry...
Lee Enterprises Swings to Loss on Tumbling Revenue, Impairment Charge
Lee Enterprises Inc. reported a loss for its fiscal third quarter Thursday as it took another impairment charge on top of advertising revenue that fell more than 24% from a year ago. Lee's loss of $24.5 million, or 55 cents a share, compares with...
'New York Times' Links Ramirez and Ortiz to Doping List
The New York Times has revealed that two of the biggest stars, past and present, from winning Boston Red Sox teams -- Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz -- were among about 100 major league players to test positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003....
'NY Times' Reporter 'Had a Plan' to Get Steroid List Names
Despite being only 25 and a New York Times reporter for less than two years, Michael S. Schmidt has already earned a spot as one of the paper's best sports investigators. In June, he broke the story that slugger Sammy Sosa was on the infamous list...
Thirty-Four Staffers, Including Longtime Vets, Take 'Journal Sentinel' Buyout
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel confirmed Thursday that 29 full-time and 5 part-time employees have accepted buyouts earlier this week as part of the paper's ongoing effort to cut costs. Those affected reportedly include some of the paper's notable...
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