I happened to come across an interesting news in the Net. It was entitled ‘A Bad Year for Newspaper Stocks, A Worse Year for the Gray Lady’.
In part it said: “Mirror, mirror on the wall, which is the ugliest stock of them all? Not Knight Ridder. Not Tribune. In 2005, we saw substantial declines in the share value of every publicly traded newspaper company except E.W. Scripps. Surprisingly, the slowest horse in a slow field, losing 35 percent of its value, was the august New York Times Company.”
What went wrong with the Newspaper industry? I am not expecting the same to happen. In fact, I thought everything’s just fine in the industry but as it seems there are some that made it big and a number that is on the contrary position.
But still I am hoping for the best to come. Printing industry as well as its services deserve their own niche under the commercial interface.