All those new business start-ups that the Government keeps promoting need new homes, and the likes of Regus have been providing them with just that.

New media bends to old over paid-for access

Rupert Murdoch and his henchmen have repeatedly bad-mouthed Google as a “tech tapeworm” and a “parasite”, guilty of “false gospel” and, according to the media mogul himself this week, “theft”. That war of attrition is starting to have an effect.

Google allows newspapers to limit free visits

Google has bowed to pressure from newspaper publishers and agreed to let them limit the number of free news pages users can read per day.

Tim Luckhurst: The price of press freedom

Since free trade replaced mercantilism, liberals have understood that capitalism can do good even if that is not its first objective.

News firm launches pay-to-read online service

One of the country's largest newspaper firms started limiting access to online content for several of its titles today in a groundbreaking trial.

Daily Mail group cuts ease fall in profits

Newspaper publisher beats expectation, sparking predictions of 'green shoots'

Johnston Press to charge for local papers online

Johnston Press, the regional newspaper group, is to begin charging for the online content of some of its local titles, in the latest sign that the industry has shifted heavily in favour of making the internet pay.

Ad revenue declines slow to 19 per cent at Johnston

Johnston Press, which owns the Yorkshire Post and The Scotsman, yesterday backed the "greater stability" in its advertising revenues, as the declines slowed over the past 10 weeks.

Stephen Glover: When an editor's ambitions were too grandiose

The notion that The Guardian would close The Observer, or turn it into a weekly magazine, always seemed unlikely. I don't say there weren't one or two members of the Scott Trust (which owns both titles) who did not seriously consider the idea. Some senior Guardian executives have undoubtedly had it in for their sister paper for years.

INM signs £40m print deal with leading papers

A £40m print deal will make Northern Ireland one of the biggest producers of daily newspapers in Europe.

Johnston cheers market with £485m financing deal

Johnston Press, the beleaguered regional publishing group, cheered investors yesterday despite plunging profits after it successfully secured a £485m debt deal with its banks.

Margareta Pagano: To nationalise or not – that's a tricky question

Banks just won't lend, so what's a Chancellor to do?

Scottish giant Johnston Press close to refinancing £500m debt

Lloyds and RBS would be performing 'a highly political act' if they pulled the plug on publisher

Widely tipped Parry 'not interested' in taking over from Grade as ITV chief

Roger Parry, a 40-1 shot with Paddy Power to land the chief executive's job at broadcaster ITV, has said that he does not want the role.

Daily Mail sales slump as advertising conditions improve

British newspaper group Daily Mail & General Trust today said advertising conditions had improved in April and May, and full-year results should be in line with market consensus, as a deep gloom over the recession-hit sector begins to lift.

Brown roots: Portents of economic doom?

Dead roots litter Britain's economic landscape. Record job losses, collapsing car sales and gloomy forecasts from the Bank of England all show UK Plc is still in the mire. Here are 20 reasons why battered Britain will continue to suffer for some time
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