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Johnston Press posts £144m loss

Guardian – 2012-04-25

Beleaguered regional newspaper publisher sees revenues fall 6% and operating profit fall 10%Johnston Press, the second largest regional newspaper publisher in the UK, has crashed to a pre-tax loss of £144m in the year to the end of December.The beleaguered publisher, which under new chief executive Ashley Highfield is making sweeping cuts and changes to its 255 newspaper portfolio, has seen a £16.5m pre tax profit in 2010 fall to a £143.8m loss last year.The company cut just under 670 jobs...
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Outgoing Johnston Press chief executive paid more than £1m

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Ebury buys Sue Johnston memoir

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John Fry to quit Johnston Press

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Johnston Press ad revenue down 36% in 2009

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Johnston Press adds video platform to its 323 regional websites

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Redundancies announced as Johnston Press restructures

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NUJ to consult over industrial action at Johnston Press newspapers

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Johnston Press: staff at Scotsman publisher braced for redundancies

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