Did you catch yesterday's encouraging earnings report from New York Times
Then again, any good journalist would present both sides of the story. In this case, you have a company suffering with layoffs and the sometimes dicey migration from print to the Internet.
I'm actually encouraged by some of the company's moves in cyberspace. Sure, this Income Investor newsletter pick will never be a traffic hub with news-aggregating features like Yahoo!
As you can imagine, not all Fools see New York Times the same way. Chuck Saletta is back this week as our bull, while Anders Bylund returns as the bear.
Who will win? Extra, extra, duel all about it!
- Read the bull argument
- Read the bear argument
- Read the bullish rebuttal
- Read the bearish rebuttal
- Sound off in Motley Fool CAPS
- Vote for the winner
Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz does not own shares in any of the companies mentioned above.
More from The Motley Fool
What Happens When The New York Times' Subscription Surge Tapers Off?
Management is well aware that the boost the company is receiving from interest in the Trump administration will eventually subside. Here's how it's preparing for the inevitable.
2 Stocks Trading Lower After Earnings
Is there merit to their sell-offs? Or is this a buying opportunity?
Digital Revenue and Cost Control Boost The New York Times' Third-Quarter Profit
Digital subscription and advertising revenue weren't the only performance drivers in the last three months -- the company also held costs in check.