Would USA Today publisher Gannett benefit from hostile takeover bid? November 7, 2019 6 By Luis Garrison CategoryArticles BlogTagsApple News Bulls And Bears With David Asman David Asman Economy Fox Business Industries Media Advertising On Air Personality Special 6 Comments Joe Mancilla says: January 15, 2019 at 1:18 am God hates all republicans and Donald Trump red America terrorist party doing Satan's work in America Reply B M says: January 15, 2019 at 2:59 am The CEOs 70% female 30% male management plan sank it…about time someone takes it over and fixes her mess… Reply Dave Miner says: January 15, 2019 at 7:12 am That young lady should buy her own local paper and try to run it profitably. There is capital out there, if you have the talent. Do it! Reply E Jism says: January 15, 2019 at 2:55 pm MSM isn't losing viewers/readers because they "don't want to pay". MSM is losing customers because we are tired of the lies, the political bias, and the overall corruption that has taken place in present day media. Honestly, I believe the bias has always been there, but since the obama era, the arrogance of the media has taken over the need for them to keep things hidden from the public.The MSM arrogance which is clearly displayed by the ocasio/cortez wanna be (christine). Reply jerry vanholden says: January 18, 2019 at 4:42 am Gannett is in a nose dive to destruction, and a hostile takeover would probably be in the organizations best interest. In Guam where Gannett runs the Pacific Daily News, their business has plummeted due to an organizational structure comprised of immediate family members, such as the husband and wife team at the helm. They lost their upper hand to a "new" local paper due to complacency. Its operational norm is like a mom and pop business, and/or simply just taking things for granted considering true management monitoring and an effective and aggressive sales force with "hands on" management does not exist. Worse is that their business on Guam, downsized and lost or likely forced many loyal and dedicated employees out in favor of younger and "cheaper" replacements. Now there is no one near, or at the top competent and willing to work as any corporate leaders are expected to perform. It is like a video game that has been left unattended with zero maintenance. The screen lost its clarity and no one wanting, willing or able to maintain it and allowing continued poor operational status. If anyone position should be blamed, it should be at the parent company for allowing non-professional management in position of leadership. Reply lifeisawar zone says: January 19, 2019 at 9:32 pm guaranteed stream of income yep, its called communism when the state guarantees the outcome if we really lived in a free enterprise system they would be allowed to fail, not saying i want people to fail, saying call it what it is, communism Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.