The Week: City News - Mail profits boost DMGT
campaignlive.co.uk, Friday, 04 December 2009 12:00AM
Daily Mail & General Trust has beaten forecasts with a better-than-expected 23 per cent fall in adjusted pre-tax profits to £201 million for the year ending 4 October as its flagship title, the Daily Mail, reported its second-highest profit in history.
Associated Newspapers saw revenues fall 11 per cent to £876 million; however, DMGT made a £5 million loss on the sale of the Evening Standard.
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