Ariel Capital Management, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and The Chicago Tribune
Ariel Capital Management raises its investment in the McClatchy newspaper company, saying that contrarianism is "where the opportunity is"
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the final installment of the J. K. Rowling book series, sells 8.3 million copies in the first 24 hours of availability
For the first time, a presidential debate takes questions submitted by YouTube users and asks them of the candidates
A public feud between Viacom chief Sumner Redstone and his daughter Shari leaves the question of the future leadership of the company up in the air
The Chicago Tribune receives more than 140 reader complaints about its decision to sell ads on the front page, which the paper says is vital to its business
Media General's publishing unit, which houses several mid-major newspapers, reports a 10% decline in revenue compared to last year