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Where have all of Shanghai's newsstands gone?
The kiosks have dwindled in Shanghai, and since the U.S.-China trade war began, it's hard to get people to answer even simple questions.
Buffett's exit from newspaper business a "negative signal"
Berkshire Hathaway is selling dozens of daily and weekly newspapers.
Hedge funds set their sights on local newspapers
A fund has offered $1.3 billion for Gannett, publisher of USA Today. Critics say beware.
Growing up in "Cartoon County"
Author Cullen Murphy talks about his new book and what it was like having a dad who was a cartoonist.
The self-made millionaire who gave his money to people who just asked for it
Percy Ross, known as "America's Rich Uncle," had a newspaper column where people could write in with requests.
Brave's new browser sets newspaper publishers on edge
U.S. newspapers are up in arms about Brave Software's ad-blocking browser.
Tribune Publishing enters the viral marketing sphere
The Tribune company is counting on online advertising to help its bottom line.
Political ads keep community papers afloat
National and local politicians still use print ads to reach specific voting blocs.
Cars.com and the great newspaper experiment
Classified Ventures is trying to sell Cars.com for $3 billion.
No more Sunday ad supplements -- unless you subscribe
The Chicago Tribune decides to give unsubscribers' doorsteps a break.