Good news is rare in the newspaper business these days. But one paper says it's clawing its way back from the brink. The publisher of The Seattle Times says his paper has started turning a profit. He attributes that to dramatic cost cutting and to the demise of the city's other newspaper, the Seattle Post Intelligencer, which now exists only online.
'Seattle Times' Sees Profitability After Cutting Costs
News & Features Deborah Wang · Puget Sound Public Radio ·