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Johnston Press confirms talks to offload pension scheme

Johnston Press has confirmed press reports that it is in debt restructuring discussions that could see it jettison its pension scheme.

Johnston Press shares hit record low

Shares in Johnston Press slumped to a record low this morning (5 June) after the company warned of “extremely challenging” trading.

Trinity shareholders approve name change as revenues fall

Trinity Mirror will change its name to Reach next week after shareholders overwhelmingly backed the rebrand at the group’s Annual General Meeting, but sales at the publishing company have continued to slide.

Johnston Press chief steps down

Johnston Press chief executive Ashley Highfield is to leave the newspaper group after more than six years in the role.

Culture secretary could intervene on Trinity Mirror's N&S deal

Culture secretary Matt Hancock has said he may be “minded to” intervene on Trinity Mirror’s acquisition of Northern & Shell’s publishing assets over various “public interest considerations”.

Johnston Press revenue down but trading 'in line with expectations'

Johnston Press has recorded a revenue drop of 9.5% in its full-year results and warned it would need to cut costs against a “difficult backdrop” but said its adjusted EBITDA was “in line with expectations”.

Newsquest to close CN Group printing ops

Newsquest has outlined plans to close the printing operations at the CN Group in Carlisle, which it acquired last week, with more than 30 jobs at risk.

Future buys five Haymarket consumer titles in £14m deal

Haymarket Media Group has sold five of its titles to Future Publishing in a deal thought to be worth up to £14m.

Trinity Mirror reveals rebrand as revenue and profits fall

Alongside its full-year results, which showed declines in both revenue and profits, Trinity Mirror has revealed it is set to change its name to Reach.

Competition authority probes Trinity's N&S deal

Trinity Mirror has been served a 'hold separate' order by the Competition & Markets Authority (CMA), pending an investigation into risks to press plurality resulting from its acquisition of titles from Northern & Shell.

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