Lee Enterprises stock has declined over the last fiscal year; revenue is expected to have dropped 3.3 percent during that time.The fiscal year is over for Lee Enterprises, the Iowa-based owner of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Arizona Daily Star and a host of other daily newspapers -- and the n ... More >>
Lee Enterprises could lose its spot on the New York Stock Exchange.The stock for Lee Enterprises, the Iowa-based newspaper company that owns the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, has dropped to bargain-level prices -- as of July 1, it was trading at a mere 99 cents per share.And that could have serious re ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsThe union that represents St. Louis Post-Dispatch employees has hired a pair of flacks who ran PR for the POTUS' '08 campaign in anticipation of a public fight with the paper's owner. Contract talks between the St. Louis Newspaper Guild and Lee Enterprises broke down last we ... More >>
The annual ranking of "America's Most Literate Cities" came out last month.The good news: For the sixth straight year the St. Louis Public Library was ranked as one of the top five library systems in the nation for cities with populations of over 250,000. According to Central Connecticut State Un ... More >>
Lee Enterprises, parent of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and the St. Louis Newspaper Guild, which represents many of the local daily's employees, including most of the newsroom, have still not worked out a new contract. The current contract expires this coming weekend.Updates on the Guild website sho ... More >>
This just in!The Post-Dispatch is launching a marketing blitz today entitled, "Turn Up The Moxie!"Can you feel the excitement already?!An e-mail from publisher Kevin Mowbray sent yesterday afternoon to all of the paper's employees explains the facts behind the campaign! Read it after the jump!
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