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Metropolitan News Company and Newark Newsdealers Supply Company distribute The New York Times and many other newspapers, including The Wall Street Journal, The Daily News and New York Post, to various retail outlets and home delivery depots.
Metropolitan News distributes in New York City and Newark Newsdealers distributes in central and northern New Jersey.
The company is in the process of completing the purchase of two wholesale distribution companies it earlier had agreed to buy: the Metropolitan News Company, which distributes The Times and other newspapers in New York City, and Newark Newsdealers Supply Company, which distributes in central and northern New Jersey.
The Times Company earlier indicated it may assign its right to purchase the Metropolitan News Company and Newark Newsdealers Supply Company to a third party if the N.
He has worked for the Globe since 1972 and previously served as general manager of a former Globe subsidiary, Community Newsdealers, Inc.
NEW YORK, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The New York Times (AMEX: NYT) announced the way was paved to complete its purchase of two New York area wholesale newspaper distributors, Metropolitan News Company and Newark Newsdealers Supply Company, when it reached an agreement today with the Newspaper and Mail Deliverers' Union (N.
Cahow spent several years with the Globe's former distribution subsidiary, Community Newsdealers, Inc.
The businesses, the Metropolitan News Company and the Newark Newsdealers Supply Company, are being acquired from companies controlled by Robert B.
The New England Newspaper Group is a unit of The New York Times Company and brings together selected marketing and financial programs of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, The Boston Globe, and the Globe's two subsidiaries, Globe Specialty Products and Community Newsdealers.
Gilman said the Bonus Days program will add more than 100,000 copies to the Thursday distribution, which will be handled by the Globe's subsidiary Community Newsdealers, Inc.