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Lee Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE: LEE)

3.11 -0.02 (-0.64%)

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LEE $3.11 -0.64%
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Today's Open $3.16
Previous Close $3.13
Daily Range $3.08 - $3.19
52-Week Range $3.07 - $5.42
Market Cap $167.1M
P/E Ratio -1.91
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 166,790
Average Daily Volume 168,240
Current FY EPS $0.00





Lee Enterprises, Inc. (LEE) Description

The Company directly, and through its ownership of associated companies, publishes 56 daily newspapers in 23 states and more than 300 weekly, classified and specialty publications, along with associated and integrated online sites. Website:

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Why Specialist Print Media Companies Will Thrive

In the new print media landscape, specialists will gain market share at the expense of their generalist peers.

Lee Enterprises' (LEE) CEO Mary Junck on Q3 2014 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

3 Stocks Improving Performance Of The Media Industry

Lee Enterprises Enters Oversold Territory (LEE)

Why Warren Buffett Owns This Community Newspaper Publisher and Why You Should Too

A strategy of following superinvestors' stock purchases has proven to be more profitable for many investors, and there's no bigger superinvestor than Warren Buffett. His investment into newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises is worth examining.

Why Shares of Lee Enterprises, Incorporated Jumped

Is this meaningful? Or just another movement?

Why Lee Enterprises, Incorporated Shares Popped

Is this meaningful? Or just another movement?

Should You Follow Buffett Into Newspaper Publisher Lee Enterprises?

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway holding company extended credit to newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises in 2013, perhaps hoping to swap it for newspaper assets down the line. Is it a good bet for small investors?

Analyzing And Optimizing Warren Buffett's Portfolio

3 Companies Boosting Earnings With Debt

Altria, Lee Enterprises, and KKR are all making use of the low interest rate environment by refinancing their debt. Shareholders should benefit as a result.

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