News Tony Gallagher was given a traditional 'banging out' send off by the paper's staff

The Daily Telegraph has sacked its editor, Tony Gallagher, and declared it will “reinvent the way we work” and move beyond news publishing.

Writedowns and ad slump push Daily Mail group to £239m loss

DMGT axes 500 jobs and looks to cut costs further

Ian Burrell: Daily Mail haemorrhaging money

Those who abhor the Daily Mail's peculiar view of the world and who like to characterise it is as the 'Daily Hate' will no doubt be smiling at news of a staggering fall in profits at its parent company the Daily Mail & General Trust.

Stephen Glover: This unexpected farewell could signal a new era at the 'Daily Mail'

Deputy Editors are often not especially important figures. They fill in when editors are on holiday, and otherwise do the boring jobs which their bosses don't want to do. They are acutely conscious that the paper they are allowed to edit for a few weeks a year is not their own.

Independent owners 'confident of positive outcome'

Independent News and Media (INM), said today that it remains confident of a positive outcome to negotiations over a €200m (£179.6m) bond, due to mature on 18 May.

John Rentoul: More real goose in the Daily Mail

Propaganda, that is. In this case for selective schools.

Daily Mail group cuts 1,000 regional jobs

The Daily Mail and General Trust today became the latest media company to announce major cutbacks in the regional press.

John Rentoul: Deoxyribonucleic acid banned

I enjoyed Chris Mullin's diaries, serialised in The Mail on Sunday at the weekend, as I knew I would. He was a rare minister, with a feel for language and a strong sense of the ridiculous.

Independent to share with Daily Mail

The Independent and Independent on Sunday are re-locating from their premises in Docklands to Northcliffe House, Kensington, headquarters of Associated Newspapers, according to a statement released today

<a href="http://blogs.independent.co.uk/independent/today_in_politics/index.html" target="_blank">Today in Politics: The truth behind Blair's attack on Brown</a>

Further intelligence reaches me about the stinging criticism of Gordon Brown by Tony Blair which was revealed in a scoop by the Mail on Sunday this month

The end of the affair: Dacre moves towards Cameron

Middle England's favourite editor and the dour PM made unlikely political bedfellows. Now, Paul Dacre's Daily Mail is finally signalling a shift from Gordon Brown to David Cameron's Tories

Panned by reviewer, then told to go bankrupt

A British composer was told to go bankrupt yesterday after he unsuccessfully tried to sue the London Evening Standard for libel. Keith Burstein ran up legal costs of £67,000 defending a test-case libel action against Associated Newspapers, publishers of the Standard, over a critical review of one of his operas.

So was it the 'Standard' wot won it? Or just a sign of the times?

The paper might have sunk its teeth into Ken Livingstone but Boris Johnson's victory in the London mayoral elections owes less to a vigorous press campaign than the fading fortunes of the Labour Party, writes Tim Luckhurst

The female (and male) on Sunday

After a promotional campaign claiming differences in how the genders read newspapers, 'Mail on Sunday' editor, Peter Wright, tells Ian Burrell why a 'his and hers' redesign of the paper can attract new readers

You thought 'War and Peace' was a saga ...

The latest row between the Mayor and the 'Evening Standard' could be great journalism or a politically motivated smear. Either way, stand by for pistols at dawn. Joia Shillingford reports

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