The New York Times (NYT) says it's sold its remaining stake in Fenway Sports Group, owner of the...

The New York Times (NYT) says it's sold its remaining stake in Fenway Sports Group, owner of the Boston Red Sox, in a deal valued at $63M. Yankees fans, take note. NYT +1% AH.
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  • into dark shadows
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    When your readership is in the crapper you sell whatever you can to stay solvent!
    They sold the classical radio station they had owned forever a few years ago, WQXR was the only thing worthwhile at the Times!
    Good riddance and just lay down and rest in peace already!


    Here's one bit of news for the Times, want to regain your former glory?
    Vet Obama this time and report on what his real ambitions are for the republic!


    Obama was supported by Bill Ayers dad!
    Obama also lied when Mcain tried to tie Obama to Bill Ayers during the 2008 election.


    Young Barack was raised by his grandparents and sent to the little red schoolhouse, his mentor was Frank Marshal Davis, a card carrying COMMUNIST!


    If the Times ever wanted to regain any credibility at all, just do the country a favor and at least be fair and report on Obama's past, there is a treasure trove to be had, just the desire to look is all that is needed!


    I don't give much of a chance for the Times to even think of actually doing any "INVESTIGATIVE" reporting on our president, they are no longer "UNBIASED" and incapable of any honest reporting, hence their death spiral!
    May the Gray Lady Down rest in peace!
    11 May 2012, 06:47 PM Reply Like
  • phxcrane
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    Now if the paper could just sell itself to someone less biased they would probably survive.
    11 May 2012, 11:38 PM Reply Like
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