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Reach, publisher of the Irish Daily Mirror, is buying 50% of the ‘Irish Daily Star’. The other half is owned by ‘Irish Independent’ publisher INM. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Reach, the British newspaper publisher formerly known as Trinity Mirror, has been cleared to buy 50 per cent of the company behind the Irish Daily Sta(...)

Title synergies: “Mirror” publisher Reach now owns the “Daily Star” in the UK, although it awaits clearance for the 50% stake in the “Irish Daily Star”. Photograph: PA

Reach plc is the newish successor to the newspaper publisher that used to be called Trinity Mirror, making it the only FTSE-listed company to share a (...)

The two newspaper titles owned by Express Newspapers alongside The Mirror newspaper, which is owned by Trinity Mirror. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters

The publisher of the UK’s Daily Mirror was cleared to buy rival tabloids the Daily Express, Daily Star and OK! magazine on Wednesday, with the UK gove(...)

Trinity Mirror said it planned to save £20 million in annual costs by 2020 by sharing editorial teams and reducing duplication

The publisher of Britain’s Daily Mirror has agreed to pay £126.7 million (€144.3 million) in cash and shares to buy rival titles the Daily Express and(...)

Staff at the Guardian are now preparing to reformat the newspaper’s pages for the switch

The Guardian is to go tabloid, dropping its distinctive Berliner format and shifting to the smaller print size to try and slash costs. People familia(...)

The print media in the western world is facing a crisis as more and more people access their news online. Photograph: Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty

The New Day is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside the enigma that is the media group Trinity Mirror. The title of the UK’s newest daily newspaper(...)

Trinity said it expected its 2015 performance to be in line with expectations, with analysts expecting a continued deterioration in revenue but a slight pick up in pretax profit

Trinity Mirror said it would pay a dividend for the first time since 2008 after tight cost control and digital advertising sales helped the British ne(...)

Profits at British newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror edged up by 2.6% per cent at £101.3 million last year.

Profits at British newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror edged up last year after a swing in its digital performance. Chief executive Simon Fox sa(...)

Copies of the Daily Mirror, The Independent, and the Racing Post newspapers sit at Trinity Mirror’s factory in Watford. Photo: Bloomberg

British newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror has upgraded its 2013 profit estimates after securing better-than-expected revenues in November and Decembe(...)

The ‘Irish Mirror’ intends to introduce a paid-for weekend e-edition, but its app will stay free from Monday to Friday

The Irish Mirror intends to introduce a paid-for weekend e-edition, but its app will stay free from Monday to Friday, according to its editor-in-chief(...)