Wednesday, January 14, 2009

McClatchy shares still drifting down... on the verge of falling below $1 a share

McClatchy (MNI) shares closed at $1.10 per share Wednesday, down 6% from yesterday's close.

It seems obvious MNI will fall under $1 a share soon.


Anonymous said...

JUST POSTED NO MNI stock message board.

More bad news for McClatchy. One of their largest department store advertisers, Gottschalks, filed bankruptcy today. This company has stores in California and Washington, and many MNI papers carried their ROP and inserts. Just when it looks like things couldn't get any worse, more bad news surfaces. Potential revenue loss to MNI is well over $2,000,000 on an annualized basis, based on external estimates.

In addition, Gary Pruitt, CEO, Chairman of the Board, and King of McClatchy, still is employed, while good hard-working people continue to be fired. When will he be shown the door? When? Today is 2 years too late!

Anonymous said...

The Tacoma, Washington McClatchy paper introduced a new web format this morning. At least from a Firefox browser it is a disaster. Everything shifted to the left (well maybe that is symbolic) and text jumbled.

If this is the way they are going to move into the online world, $1 is way too high for the stock.

Anonymous said...

McClatchy to Webcast Fourth Quarter 2008 Earnings Conference Call
PRNewsWire News Releases

The McClatchy Company (MNI) announced today that its [fourth quarter 2008 earnings] conference call will be accessible live to the media and general public via internet webcast and through listen-only, dial-in conference lines.

The conference call will be held on [Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009,] at [noon Eastern, 9 a.m. Pacific time.] McClatchy's earnings announcement will be released to newswire services [before the market opens on Feb. 5.] The full text of the announcement and the financial tables also will be available on McClatchy's website.

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