Ten years ago, just before Memorial Day in 2004, you could have bought one share of stock in the New York Times Company for about 47 bucks. Then, if you were patient, if you held on to that share through thick and thin, if you resisted all urges to sell, you would now have.... 15 dollars. Investors in the Times took a 68% haircut over that decade. More like a buzz cut! Of course, other daily newspapers have also suffered...
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