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Name : The Boston Globe
Editorial Contact : News / Business : 617.929.2903
News The Boston Globe : 617-929-3100
News / Spotlight : 617.929.7483
News / Foreign / National : 617.929.3125
Editorial / Editorial Pages : 617.929.3025
News / Living/Arts : 617.929.2800
News : 617.929.8477 or email at newstip@globe.com
Editorial / News : 617-929-8230 or email : comments@globe.com
News / Globe North : 617.929.8463 or email : globenorth@globe.com
News / Globe West : 617.929.8712 or email at globewest@globe.com
News / Globe South : 617-929-1540 or email at globesouth@globe.com
Email : Advertising Display : advertiser@globe.com
Submit News : newstip@globe.com
Telephone : Office : +1 617-929-2000
Display advertising : +1 617-929-2200
Classified advertising : +1 617-929-1500
Submit News : +1 617-929-3000
Website : http://www.bostonglobe.com/
Media Social : Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/globe
Twitter : https://twitter.com/BostonGlobe
Office : Office Address : 135 Morrissey Blvd. Boston, MA 02125
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 55819 Boston, MA 02205-5819

 

About The Boston Globe

 

The Boston Globe and the Sunday edition of the Boston Sunday Globe named is the largest circulation daily newspaper in Boston, as well as in the region of New England, USA. The owner is The New York Times Company. This newspaper to compete with other local newspaper, the Boston Herald. In 2008, the average circulation daily edition decreased 8.3 percent from 382 503 350 605 copies be copies. The circulation of the Sunday edition dropped 6.5 percent to 525 959 copies.
Short History

Daily was founded in 1872 by six Boston businessmen led by Eben Jordan. An initial capital U.S. $ 150,000. Jordan is the founder of Jordan Marsh retail store which was later purchased Macy's. The first edition published on March 4, 1872 at a price of 4 cents. Sunday edition began publication in 1877. The following year, the Boston Globe began publishing afternoon editions under the title The Boston Evening Globe that lasted until 1979.

When newspapers was having a financial difficulties, Jordan employing General Charles H. Taylor, a veteran of the American Civil War as business manager since August 1873. Taylor and Jordan later became business partners. Newspaper ownership is divided two of them, while Taylor's role as publisher.

In 1973, the Boston Globe publisher changed its status from a family company went public under the name Affiliated Publications. However, the management of the company until 1999 remained in the hands of the descendants of Charles H. Taylor.

In 1993, Affiliated Publications was acquired by The New York Times Company at a price of U.S. $ 1.1 billion, and the Boston Globe made ‚Äč‚Äčentirely subsidiary of The New York Times. Jordan and Taylor families receive Times Company stock in large amounts, but no longer management positions filled by members of the Taylor family since the year 2000/2001.

In 1995, the Boston Globe launched the online edition at Boston.com.

Source : Wikipedia

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