The headlines are grim. Financial trouble is pushing newspapers, which have been an American staple in small towns and major cities for more than 400 years, to the brink.
From the Rocky Mountain News in Denver, Colo., which published its last edition today, to the San Francisco Chronicle, which is in danger of stopping the presses, trouble is brewing.
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The 144-year-old, Hearst-owned San Francisco paper has...Full Story