NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York Times Co Chief Executive Officer Mark Thompson said the publisher is going to keep all its money losing operations under review - including those in China - as he seeks to negotiate the newspaper's increasing shift towards a digital landscape.
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currently give New York Times an issuer credit rating of BB-. We view New York Times' stewardship as standard. Mark Thompson , the BBC's director-general, was hired as president and CEO in August and is expected to assume the post in November
New York Times' NYT long-awaited CEO announcement came late Tuesday. The firm has hired Mark Thompson , the BBC's director-general, as president and CEO. He will also be appointed to the board of directors. In December 2011
interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization 5.4 times in 2009. We think this puts it in fair financial health. Mark Thompson has been president and CEO since May 2005. He was also elected chairman of the board in May 2008, which concerns
we expect revenue growth to average 11 % during the next five years , up from historical levels of roughly 3 % . Mark Thompson has been president and CEO since May 2005 . He was also elected chairman of the board in May 2008 , which concerns
noncompliance. The delisting notice was made public just one day after GateHouse Media announced the resignation of its CFO Mark Thompson , who cited family imperatives as the reason for his abdication. The delisting is likely to add to the growing list
six months ago as its vice-president of investor relations, has been tapped to be the interim replacement for CFO Mark Thompson . Thompson announced his resignation from the CFO's post on August 15 and had served as GateHouse Media's CFO since