American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A reflex bending of the foot resulting from the contraction of lower leg muscles.
“Lower costs shored up Gannett's profit in the latest period, helping its bottom line meet Wall Street's expectations.”
“Over the past two years, Gannett's revenue has fallen 18%.”
“Ms. Martore said with Gannett's stronger balance sheet and cash generation—the company generated $775 million in free cash flow in 2011—the company will continue to focus on returning capital to shareholders.”
“Fourth-quarter ad revenue from Gannett's newspaper unit fell 7.1% Executives said advertising got a boost in November from Black Friday and Cyber Monday but the newspaper segment was subsequently hit hard because retailers reported "the largest post-Thanksgiving, pre-Christmas decrease in spending in some time," Gannett chief executive Gracia Martore said in an earnings call.”
“Mr. Soltani verified those findings, and also found code being used by Gannett's PointRoll.”
“The deal, terms of which weren't disclosed, could make Gannett's USA Today Sports Media Group one of the five biggest properties online in a category dominated by Yahoo Sports and ESPN.com.”
“Mr. Beusse, previously the president and chief executive of radio syndication company Westwood One , started by combining USA Today's sports audience with that of Gannett's more than 80 local newspapers and 23 broadcast TV stations, as well as sites such as HighSchoolSports.net.”
“Gannett's publishing-ad revenue fell 7.3%, with a 6.9% decline in the U.S. and a 12.4% drop in the U.K. Circulation revenue was off 3.9%.”
“Revenue from Gannett's digital division, which includes the employment website CareerBuilder, was up 12.1%.”
“He was later appointed the news service's managing editor, and in that capacity headed the Washington bureau that served both USA TODAY and Gannett's local newspapers.”
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