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Australia's Fairfax Media posts $408 million loss

(08-25) 19:59 PDT SYDNEY, (AP) -- Fairfax Media Ltd., publisher of hundreds of newspapers in Australia and New Zealand, Friday reported a $408 million annual loss after writing down the value of its... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2011-08-26

Australia's Fairfax Media to Cut 82 Fulltime Jobs

The company is pushing ahead with plans to outsource sub-editor and designer positions, despite stop-work meetings held by staffers. | Editor & Publisher – 2011-05-13

Fairfax Media Reports First Half Profit A$143.5 Million

Feb. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Fairfax Media Ltd. reported first half net income of A$143.5 million. | Bloomberg – 2010-02-21

Fairfax Media suffers A$365m first-half loss

Fairfax Media, Australia's oldest newspaper company, underlined the plight facing media companies when it fell into a first-half loss after writing down the value of its titles and incurring heavy... | Financial Times – 2009-02-24

Australia's Fairfax Media reports loss

Australia's second largest press group Fairfax Media on Monday reported a first half net loss of 365.3 million dollars (237.4 million US) as it wrote down the value of assets. | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2009-02-23

Fairfax Media names new CEO

Fairfax Media Ltd., publisher of the Sydney Morning Herald, on Wednesday named Brian McCarthy as chief executive, an appointment that was expected after the previous CEO resigned in the face of... | International Herald Tribune – 2008-12-10

Fairfax Media, publisher of top Australian and New Zealand papers, names new CEO

SYDNEY, Australia - Fairfax Media Ltd., publisher of the Sydney Morning Herald, on Wednesday named Brian McCarthy as chief executive, an appointment that was expected after the previous CEO resigned... | Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune – 2008-12-10

CEO of Australia's Fairfax Media resigns

The chief executive of Fairfax Media, publisher of the Sydney Morning Herald, quit Friday after three years at the helm of a company that has lost advertising dollars to the Internet and is now... | International Herald Tribune – 2008-12-05

Fairfax Media Won't Bid for APN News Stake, Dominion Post Says

Nov. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Fairfax Media Ltd. won't bid for Independent News & Media Plc's stake in APN News & Media Ltd. , the Dominion Post reported. ``We don't have any intentions with APN and we... | Bloomberg – 2008-11-24

Fairfax Media Says Circulation at Most Newspapers Declined

Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Fairfax Media Ltd., Australia's second-biggest newspaper publisher, said circulation at most of its newspapers slipped in the quarter ended Sept. 30 as consumer spending... | Bloomberg – 2008-11-13

Australia's Fairfax media defends its job cuts

Australia's biggest media company, Fairfax Media, has defended its decision to slash the company's workforce. | ABC Radio Australia – 2008-11-13

Fairfax Media journalists in Australia stage four-day strike

Journalists working for Australia's second largest press group, Fairfax Media, on Thursday launched a four-day day strike to protest at plans to axe 550 jobs, staff and their union said. | AFP via Yahoo! Philippines News – 2008-08-28

Fairfax sacks editor-in chief of The Age

ANDREW Jaspan has been sacked as editor-in-chief of Melbourne newspaper The Age. | – 2008-08-27

Sydney Morning Herald owner Fairfax Media to cut 550 jobs

Fairfax Media, the owner of the Sydney Morning Herald and the Melbourne Age, has announced that it will cut 550 jobs. By Stephen Brook | Guardian – 2008-08-26

Fairfax Media to slash 550 jobs

The Age's publisher to axe staff in Australia and NZ to bolster healthy profitability. | The Age – 2008-08-26

Fairfax moves into custom publishing

FAIRFAX Media has moved into custom publishing after winning a contract to put out three shopping centre magazines. | The Australian – 2008-07-27

Australia's Fairfax in exclusive talks with Business Spectator: source

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian newspaper company Fairfax Media Ltd is in exclusive talks to acquire the publisher of independent news and opinion website Business Spectator, a source with direct... | Reuters – 2012-04-10

Fairfax Media in talks to buy Business Spectator: Reuters

Fairfax Media is in exclusive talks to acquire the publisher of independent news and opinion website Business Spectator, Reuters says. | The Sydney Morning Herald – 2012-04-10

Fairfax Digital CEO Role Scrapped

Jane Huxley is leaving Fairfax after her role as chief executive officer and publisher of digital was scrapped in a company restructure. The move is part of Fairfax Metro Media’s ongoing... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-05-16

Australia's Fairfax to slash newspaper jobs as media landscape shifts

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's Fairfax Media , publisher of some of the country's leading newspapers, will overhaul its top mastheads and slash almost one-fifth of its staff, the beginning of a... | Reuters – 2012-06-18

Fairfax to Cut 1,900 Jobs in Restructuring of Media Operations

The struggling conglomerate, which has a 30 percent market share in Australia, publishes The Sydney Morning Herald, the Australian Financial Review and The Age in Melbourne. | The New York Times – 2012-06-18

News Summary: Fairfax Media cutting 1,900 jobs

(06-18) 10:40 PDT , (AP) -- JOB CUTS: Fairfax Media Ltd. will shed 1,900 jobs over three years, almost one-fifth of the Australian publisher's staff. INDUSTRY TRANSITION: Fairfax will also erect pay... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2012-06-18

Fairfax slumps as Rinehart threatens to exit

Fairfax shares hit a new low after Gina Rinehart threatened to sell her stake in the publishing business if the board does not bow to her demands. | The Sydney Morning Herald – 2012-06-26

Gina Rinehart threatens exit over Fairfax editorial control

Magnate wants three seats on the board but is apparently not willing to sign up to firm's charter of editorial independenceThe battle for the control of Australia's Fairfax Media group intensified on... | Guardian – 2012-06-26

Australian Billionaire Threatens to Dump Fairfax Media Stake

HONG KONG — The Australian mining billionaire Georgina Rinehart has threatened to sell her recently acquired 19 percent stake in Fairfax Media, sending shares in the Australian publisher... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-06-26

Fairfax Board Rebuffs Rinehart

The board of Fairfax, publisher of the Herald, has rebuffed Gina Rinehart's bid for a seat because she will not agree to its charter of editorial independence. In an explosive statement... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-06-27

Australia's Fairfax slashes newspaper values by almost $3 billion

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian publisher Fairfax Media slashed the value of its newspaper titles by almost $3 billion on Thursday, as it posted a steep fall in profit and said it saw no early... | Reuters – 2012-08-23

Fairfax Implements ‘Real-Time’ Working at its Sydney Morning Herald and The Age Offices

Fairfax Media is rolling out a number of initiatives this year as part of its ‘Fairfax of the Future’ strategy which aims to streamline operations and support the... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-03-20

Fairfax shake-up

Fairfax Metro Media chief executive Jack Matthews is set to leave the publishing company in a massive shake-up that will see its business units reshuffled and merged. | The Sydney Morning Herald – 2013-04-04

End of the road for Fairfax technology titles

Fairfax Media has confirmed that it will no longer publish longstanding technology titles Computerworld, Reseller News and PC World. | Stuff – 2013-06-18

Fairfax Magazines to Close NZ Tech Titles

Fairfax Magazines will resign the licences, owned by IDG, to publish technology titles Computerworld, Reseller News and PC World in New Zealand. In a press release sent out to the media late... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-06-18

Fairfax Launches Digital Subscriptions for The Sydney Morning Heald and The Age

  July 2, 2013: A new era in Australian publishing begins today as Fairfax Media launches digital subscriptions for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age websites and m-sites, and for its SMH... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-07-02

Fairfax Media to cut journalist jobs

Fairfax Media will shed at least 45 jobs across its publishing units amid continued challenging advertising markets.     | The Sydney Morning Herald – 2013-10-01

Fairfax axes BRW print edition

Fairfax Media will stop printing BRW magazine but offer its content for free online, as the brand transitions into a digital property.     | The Sydney Morning Herald – 2013-10-11

Fairfax to pay Kim Williams $95,000 plus legal costs after inaccurate article

Story published in three papers wrongly claimed former News Corp chief stormed out of Sydney Opera House Trust meetingAmanda Meade | The Guardian – 2014-01-29

Richard Ackland parts ways with Fairfax after writing column for rival

Columnist of 20 years given ultimatum by Sydney Morning Herald: its us or the Saturday PaperRichard Ackland says he has ended 20 years as a columnist for Fairfax Media after the Sydney Morning Herald... | The Guardian – 2014-06-19

Fairfax apologises and withdraws SMH cartoon criticised as antisemitic

Glen Le Lievre cartoon, which accompanied Mike Carlton column on Gaza conflict, removed as editor admits a serious error of judgmentThe Sydney Morning Herald has retracted and apologised for... | The Guardian – 2014-08-04

Man wrongly identified by Fairfax Media as terrorism suspect 'may sue'

Mans photo published in front-page stories on Abdul Numan Haider, shot dead by police after allegedly stabbing two officers Continue reading... | The Guardian – 2014-09-26

BRIEF-Boards of Fairfax and Brit say offer document being published

* Boards of Fairfax and Brit are pleased to announce that offer document containing full terms of, and conditions to, offer and procedures for acceptance is being published | Reuters – 2015-03-16

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