The Chicago Sun-Times has sacked all 28 of its photographers, instead opting to train its reporters to take pics with their iPhones.
Lloyd's List, which was founded in 1734, says declining interest in the shipping newspaper's print edition led to the decision.
The Japanese giant may lose 6 per cent of its workforce by the end of the year, according to a report.
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Unlocking the historical archives of newspapers dropped off Google's priority list. Instead, the priority is now One Pass, a Google-based subscription plan.
Not quite, but it does offer a more traditional reading experience, along with a massive selection of worldwide newspapers.
News Corporation has quietly launched its The Daily iPad newspaper in the UK, so it's available now. But what's with the lack of fanfare?
Is it time to credit Apple's iPad (along with the dedicated Newsstand folder) for saving the traditional news industry? Maybe not just yet, but it's looking promising.
Fake news story about Rupert Murdoch's death and hacking of media company comes out the same day a former Murdoch journalist-turned whistleblower is found dead.
Philadelphia Inquirer claims to be country's first newspaper to venture into sports betting.