The New York Times Company  (NYT)
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Price: $49.8900 $0.63 1.279%
Day's High: $49.65 Week Perf: 1.75 %
Day's Low: $ 49.33 30 Day Perf: 15.35 %
Volume (M): 20 52 Wk High: $ 50.26
Volume (M$): $ 987 52 Wk Avg: $43.44
Open: $49.37 52 Wk Low: $35.06

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 8,263
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 166
 Employees 3,588
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 2,459
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 251
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -28
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 23

The New York Times Company
The New York Times Company (the "Company") was incorporated on August' 26, 1896, under the laws of the State of New York. The Company is a diversified media company including newspapers, television and radio stations, Internet businesses, and forest products and other investments.

The Company currently classifies its businesses into the following segments:


Newspapers: The New York Times Newspaper Group, consisting of The New York Times ("The Times") and the International Herald Tribune (the "IHT"); the New England Newspaper Group, consisting of The Boston Globe, a daily newspaper, the Boston Sunday Globe (both editions, the "Globe") and the Worcester Telegram'& Gazette, in Worcester, Mass. (the "T&G"); 15 newspapers in Alabama, California, Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina and South Carolina (the "Regional Newspapers"); a newspaper distributor in the New York City metropolitan area; news, photo and graphics services and news and features syndication; and licensing of the trademarks and copyrights of The Times and the Globe.


Broadcasting: television stations WTKR-TV in Norfolk, Va.; WREG-TV in Memphis, Tenn.; KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City, Okla.; WNEP-TV in Scranton, Penn.; WHO-TV in Des Moines, Iowa; WHNT-TV in Huntsville, Ala.; WQAD-TV in Moline, Ill.; and KFSM-TV in Fort Smith, Ark.; and radio stations WQXR(FM) and WQEW(AM) in New York City.


New York Times Digital: the Companys digital and business information division, including NYTimes.com (www.nytimes.com), Boston.com (www.boston.com), and the licensing of electronic databases through its Digital Archive Distribution business.

Additionally, the Company owns minority equity interests in a Canadian newsprint company and a supercalendered paper manufacturing partnership in Maine.

The primary raw materials used by the Company are newsprint and supercalendered paper. The Company purchases newsprint from a number of North American producers. A significant portion of such newsprint is purchased from Abitibi, North Americas largest producer of newsprint.


The Times competes for advertising and circulation with newspapers of general circulation in New York City and its suburbs, as well as with national publications such as The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. The Times also competes with magazines, television, direct mail, radio, the Internet and other media.

The IHTs key competitors include The Wall Street Journals European and Asian Editions, the London-based Financial Times, Time, Newsweek International and The Economist. Satellite distribution of CNN, Fox News, CNBC and the BBC adds a broadcast component to the available global sources of English language news, and the Internet provides additional sources of English language news.

The Globe competes for advertising and circulation with other daily, weekly and national newspapers distributed in Boston, its neighboring suburbs and the greater New England region, including, among others, The Boston Herald (daily and Sunday). The Globe also competes with other communications media, such as direct mail, magazines, television, radio, the Internet and other media. The T&G competes with other daily and weekly newspapers distributed in Worcester County, as well as with radio, television and direct mail.

The Regional Newspapers compete for advertising and circulation with a variety of newspaper and other advertising media in their markets.

All of the Companys television stations compete directly with other television stations in their respective markets and with other video services, such as cable network programming carried on local cable systems, satellite-to-home systems, and with other local media and the Internet. WQXR(FM) competes for listeners primarily with two all news commercial radio stations and with WNYC(FM), a non-commercial station, which features both news and classical music. It competes for advertising revenues with many adult-audience commercial radio stations and other media in New York City and surrounding suburbs.

New York Times Digital primarily competes with other advertising-supported news and information Web sites, such as Yahoo! News and CNN.com, and classified advertising portals, such as Monster.com (help-wanted advertising).

DTC is a non-fiction channel that offers documentary programming on recent history and newsworthy events. It competes with cable channels like A&E and the History Channel. DTC also competes for viewers and advertisers with all other broadcast and cable channels. NESV competes in the Boston consumer entertainment market primarily with other professional sports teams and other forms of live, film and broadcast entertainment. New England Sports Network competes for television audiences with broadcast television stations and other cable television networks throughout most of New England. The Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park and the New England Sports Network compete for advertising with all forms of local and national media including television (including cable), radio, newspapers, magazines, direct mail and outdoor advertising.

   Company Address: 620 Eighth Avenue New York 10018 NY
   Company Phone Number: 556-1234   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE NYT

Customers Net Income grew by NYT's Customers Net Profit Margin grew to

18.83 %

6.49 %

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The New York Times Company

NYT's Impressive Revenue Growth and EPS Acceleration in Q1 2024

The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT) has recently announced its fourth-quarter and full-year 2023 financial results, which have exceeded expectations and further solidify the company's role as a trusted source of quality, independent journalism. Despite a small drop in share prices over the past week, The New York Times Company has shown remarkable growth throughout the year.
In terms of earnings per share (EPS) elevation, the company has experienced significant acceleration in the time frame, with a staggering 84.62% increase to $0.24 per share. This is a remarkable improvement compared to the income elevation rates achieved in the corresponding time-frame a year ago. Additionally, the company's revenue grew by 5.934% to $594.02 million, showcasing its ability to generate substantial income.

The New York Times Company

NYT Reports Impressive Profit Margin Growth Amid Moderate Revenue Increase

The recently released financial results of The New York Times Company have raised eyebrows and sparked interest within the financial community. The company demonstrated remarkable income growth despite a moderate increase in revenue during the most recent fiscal period. This article will interpret the financial results and discuss their potential impact on the company's future prospects.
Income Surge Outshines Modest Revenue Increase
The New York Times Company experienced a staggering income elevation of 55.06% with earnings per share (EPS) jumping to $0.66, compared to $0.32 in the prior reporting season. This exceptional growth in income was accompanied by a 1.464% revenue increase to $676.22 million from the same period the previous year.


The New York Times Company Announces Regular Quarterly Dividend Amidst Steady Growth

Published Thu, Dec 14 2023 7:50 PM UTC

The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT) recently declared a regular quarterly dividend of $.11 per share on its Class A and Class B common stock. This announcement further solidifies the company's role as a trusted source of quality, independent journalism. Despite a small drop in share prices over the past week, The New York Times Company has shown remarkable grow...

The New York Times Company

The New York Times Company Achieves Impressive Growth in Earnings and Revenue During Challenging Third Quarter

The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT) had an impressive third quarter in 2023, with notable increases in both earnings per share and revenue. During this time frame, the company's earnings per share rose by 45.45% to $0.32, compared to the prior year's quarter. Additionally, revenue grew by 9.251% to $598.35 million, up from $547.68 million in the same quarter of the previous year.
This positive performance stands out in an industry facing adversity, as many companies in the Print Media & Newspaper Publishing sectors are experiencing declining orders and diminishing revenue. The New York Times Company, on the other hand, managed to thrive during this period.

The New York Times Company

NYT Fights Its Demons: Revenue Inches Up, but Earnings Take a Dive in Q2 2023

The New York Times (NYT) recently released its financial results for the fiscal period ending June 30, 2023. With a slight increase in revenue but a significant decrease in income, the company's performance raises questions about its future prospects. This article will interpret the financial results by exploring their potential impact on the company moving forward.
1. Revenue Growth and Income Decline:
In the fiscal period ending June 30, 2023, the NYT reported a 6.33% increase in revenue from $555.68 million to $590.85 million compared to the previous year. This growth could indicate an improvement in the company's ability to generate sales. However, the income fell sharply by 24.32%, dropping from $0.37 to $0.28 per share. Such a decline could raise concerns about the company's profitability and its ability to control costs effectively.


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