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    1. December 19, 2014

      Richard Desmond explores sale of Daily Express

      Richard Desmond is exploring a sale of the Daily Express, in what would amount to the biggest British national newspaper...

    2. December 3, 2014

      News organisations ‘go native’ to find new source of ad revenue

      At first glance, it looks like a typical news story on the Mail Online website: “Beaten and starved, 40-year-old man kept as...

    1. November 25, 2014

      Zoopla revenues rise ahead of rival’s launch

      Online property portal Zoopla’s audience has increased by a third in the past year, helping to boost its revenues by 24 per...

    2. Off Message

      November 18, 2014

      Everyone is 'attempting to out-Ukip Ukip'

      The Labour party has new policies on EU migrants and benefits, writes Rachel Reeves in the Daily Mail. The shadow work and...

    3. September 24, 2014

      Daily Mail and News Corp settle copied-stories dispute

      Does MailOnline copy Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, or vice versa? The world may never know. The two publishers have settled an...

    4. July 1, 2013

      Blue-blood’s veins run with printer’s ink

      Jonathan Harmsworth, fourth Viscount Rothermere, is the fourth generation of his family to run DMGT. He became chairman of...

    5. June 30, 2013

      Mail Online pilots editorial links to fashion retailers

      Mail Online, the most visited newspaper website in the world, has begun rolling out an affiliate marketing initiative that...

    6. April 25, 2013

      Three newspaper groups propose rival press regulation system

      Three newspaper groups have rejected the cross-party proposals for regulation of the press agreed last month and instead...

    7. March 27, 2013

      The Sun to charge readers for online access

      News International plans to start charging readers for online access to The Sun this summer, making the UK’s best-selling...

    8. March 25, 2013

      Mail Online traffic dip fails to dent DMGT

      Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT) has reported a short-term fall in traffic to its flagship website, but said it expects...

    9. March 11, 2013

      Progress on press regulation elusive

      Talks between the three main party leaders on the Leveson proposals for press regulation are at risk of collapsing, Labour...

    10. FT Tech Hub

      December 3, 2012

      The Daily's numbers just didn't add up

      Rupert Murdoch on Monday said he was closing The Daily, the iPad-only newspaper launched with great fanfare in February...

    11. November 22, 2012

      DMGT – canny strategy

      It is not obvious from reading its most famous product, but Daily Mail and General Trust is almost an American company. The...

    12. June 20, 2012

      Press regulation ideas published

      The chairman of the industry body that funds existing press regulation said on Wednesday that a revamped Press Complaints...

    13. May 21, 2012

      Mandelson points finger at Morgan’s Mirror

      Lord Mandelson told the Leveson inquiry on Monday that Piers Morgan’s Daily Mirror had commissioned a private detective to...

    14. April 17, 2012

      Advertising slide will curb DMGT profits

      Daily Mail and General Trust said first-half profit would fall and its troubled regional newspaper division would see...

    15. March 29, 2012

      Private investigator media requests revised

      Journalists at the Daily Mail made 1,728 requests and spent £143,000 over a three-year period asking a private investigator...

    16. beyondbrics

      March 11, 2012

      Metro dailies in China, India and Russia

      Source: Metro.lu Metro International, owner of the free Metro newspapers in 22 countries, claims to reach 17m people per...

    17. March 11, 2012

      Kinnevik eyes EM expansion for Metro

      Kinnevik, the listed Swedish holding company, plans to make “significant investments” to expand Metro International’s free...

    18. February 10, 2012

      Rothschild loses Mail libel case

      Nat Rothschild, the billionaire financier, has lost a high-profile libel lawsuit against the publishers of the Daily Mail as...

    19. February 8, 2012

      Ad revenues continue to fall at DMGT

      An uptick in turnover from business-to-business sales has buoyed Daily Mail and General Trust, in spite of newspaper...

    20. February 6, 2012

      Mail advocates journalists’ ‘kitemark’

      Journalists should be licensed using a “kitemark” system which a self-regulating body could remove if they breached ethical...

    21. January 23, 2012

      Rothschild sues news group over Moscow claims

      Nathaniel Rothschild, the billionaire investor, on Monday began a libel action against Associated Newspapers over an article...

    22. January 5, 2012

      News Corp urges BBC inclusion in Ofcom review

      News Corp is challenging Ofcom, the broadcasting regulator, to include the BBC in any potential move to limit media...

    23. November 30, 2011

      Campbell slams culture of negativity in UK press

      A culture of negativity engendered by UK newspapers has poisoned the country’s quality of life, Alastair Campbell told the...

    24. FT Alphaville

      November 24, 2011

      SocGen sues over Mail claims

      Société Générale has initiated legal proceedings against Associated Newspapers following a Mail on Sunday article which...

    25. November 24, 2011

      Pension funds should beware infrastructural ram raid

      Best not to leave your valuables in full view. Some shady type will try to snaffle them. Laptop bags on car seats are one...

    26. November 23, 2011

      SocGen sues over ‘disaster’ claims

      Société Générale has initiated legal proceedings against Associated Newspapers following a Mail on Sunday article which...

    27. November 23, 2011

      DMGT faces ‘considerable’ legal fees

      The Daily Mail and General Trust has confirmed that the newspaper publishing group’s legal fees “would be considerable” in...

    28. November 22, 2011

      Leveson warns Associated Newspapers

      Lord Justice Leveson warned one press group against calling his witnesses liars on Tuesday as the actor Steve Coogan gave...

    29. November 21, 2011

      Grant urges Leveson to stand up to press bullies

      Hugh Grant, the actor, called on the government to stand up to the “bullies” of the tabloid press as he delivered a scathing...

    30. November 21, 2011

      Grant accuses Mail on Sunday of phone hacking

      The actor Hugh Grant launched a tirade of accusations at the UK tabloid press on Monday, saying they acted against...

    31. November 15, 2011

      NI challenges ‘28 hackers’ claim at inquiry

      As the UK’s two largest-circulation newspaper groups urged the Leveson inquiry investigating phone hacking and press...

    32. October 12, 2011

      Dacre offers concessions at phone hacking inquiry

      Paul Dacre, editor-in-chief of Associated Newspapers, took the Leveson inquiry into press standards by surprise on...

    33. September 28, 2011

      Tabloids challenge ‘unrepresentative’ Leveson panel

      Sir Brian Leveson, the high court judge in charge of the inquiry into press standards, said on Wednesday he would consider...

    34. September 7, 2011

      Met makes new arrest in hacking investigation

      The Metropolitan Police extended their phone-hacking investigation beyond the News of the World on Wednesday after the...

    35. September 7, 2011

      Media groups apply for key status in inquiry

      Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive officer of News International, and subjects of alleged-phone hacking, including...

    36. July 26, 2011

      Law firm stops work on phone hacking probe

      BCL Burton Copeland, the law firm, is no longer advising News International about an investigation into phone hacking. The...

    37. July 26, 2011

      DMGT sees no need for hacking checks

      Daily Mail & General Trust, publisher of the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, has said it is not currently considering a...

    38. May 26, 2011

      DMGT hurt by advertising decline

      Daily Mail & General Trust has warned of a “volatile and uncertain” future in consumer media as it unveiled a sharp decline...

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