|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||16.00 - 16.36|
|52 Week Range||13.86 - 24.74|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.32|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||2.19|
|Earnings Date||Oct 30, 2018 - Nov 5, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||18.25|
Today, Tronc confirmed rumors that its retrofuturist onomatopoetic name wasn’t long for this world. Soon, the company that owns the Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Hartford Courant, Orlando Sentinel, The New York Daily News and various others, will revert back to the Tribune Publishing Co. The news of the DeTroncification was, fittingly, reported by The Chicago Tribune (nee Troncbune).
Newspaper publisher Tronc Inc said on Thursday it will rename itself as Tribune Publishing Co, effective Oct. 9. The company, which owns the Chicago Tribune and the Baltimore Sun, said it will trade under ...
The Chicago-based media company says it's ditching the name and will revert to its "Tribune Publishing Co." moniker. The company rebranded itself Tronc — short for "Tribune online content"— in 2016 to highlight its digital publishing efforts. Tronc owns papers across the U.S. including the Chicago Tribune, the New York Daily News and The Baltimore Sun.
, Inc.—the owner of the Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun and New York Daily News—is changing its name back to Tribune Publishing Co., just over two years after it underwent one of the most-maligned corporate rebrandings in recent memory. The company said the new name would go into effect on Oct. 9 when its stock ticker on the Nasdaq exchange will change to TPCO from TRNC. Tribune jettisoned its 150-year-old name in June 2016 in favor of Tronc—short for Tribune Online Content.
CHICAGO, Oct. 04, 2018 -- tronc, Inc. (NASDAQ:TRNC) announced today its decision to rename the company Tribune Publishing Company. The change to Tribune Publishing Company will.
The South Florida Sun Sentinel and Wondery, have once again partnered to launch a new season of an investigative true crime miniseries, “Felonious Florida,” premiering today. In Episodes 1 and 2 released today, investigative reporter Stephen Hobbs follows the case of a brutal 2009 triple murder. The case ended in a stunning courtroom drama and Hobbs spent 18 months investigating what happened in this unusual murder case.
The New York Daily News announced today that nationally acclaimed theater critic Chris Jones will bring his theater coverage to the New York Daily News. Jones will continue to be the chief theater critic and Sunday columnist for the Chicago Tribune, where he has worked since 2002. Jones will now also cover New York’s theater scene for the New York Daily News.
The couple will be keynote speakers Saturday, Oct. 6, at THRIVE, a mind, body and soul wellness retreat at the W Hotel Fort Lauderdale. “We are excited to connect with THRIVE attendees and share our story,” Bill Rancic notes. “Making time to take care of ourselves, and knowing that you do have support when you need it most is what gets us all through life’s ups and downs.” The celebrity pair shared their journey through Giuliana’s bout with breast cancer and struggle with infertility on E!, in their reality show, “Giuliana and Bill” (2009-2014).
To the extent Tronc (NASDAQ:TRNC) can be handicapped, the analyst community did a pretty good job of figuring out how well the newspaper company did during the second quarter of the year. TRNC stock was off a bit in after-hours trading following the post-close release of last quarter’s results, but not by much. Of course, the fiscal figures are not just a moving target for the company, which is buying and selling properties at a pretty quick clip.
If the talks lead to a deal, Tronc would become the latest U.S. newspaper publisher to fall in the hands of a private equity firm or a hedge fund, as regional papers struggle with declining circulation amid the proliferation of online media. Donerail Group has secured financing for the deal and is in advanced negotiations with Tronc, the sources said, cautioning that a deal is not imminent and there is no certainty an agreement will be reached.
Newspaper publisher Tronc Inc. — which has reportedly realized it should have stuck with the Tribune Publishing name — spiked late Wednesday amid reports it's entertaining a bid from a private equity firm. Tronc, the owner of the Chicago Tribune, was spun off from TV-station owner Tribune Media Co. in 2014.
An offer of between $19 and $20 per Tronc share is on the table, the report http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-biz-tronc-newspapers-offer-20180808-story.html said, citing sources close to the company, adding that at least one other private equity bid for Tronc may be in the works. Tronc had a market value of about $521 million as of Tuesday, according to Thomson Reuters data. Tronc declined to comment when contacted by Reuters.