Mar 20, 2009

Stop looking at me

After receiving a lowly "CCC" grade on its debt, MediaNews asked that Standard & Poor's withdraw its credit ratings for the newspaper chain. On Thurday, S&P complied with the request, according to the Denver Business Journal.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

To bad MediaNews can't ask readers and advertisers to withdraw their opinion of the products it delivers. CCC would be a high ranking.

newsjunkie said...

obviously they are hiding something.
always lieing and covering up.

Anonymous said...

end the conversation, bad papers, bad leadership, bad plans.

Anonymous said...

end the conversation; no papers, no leadership, no plans

Anonymous said...

You four above should get together for beers and bemoan how bitter and pathetic you are.

Anonymous said...

Note to poster at 8:03. I believe the original post had to do with a lower debt rating and MediaNews asking to be removed from the ranking, as if that will offer protection. Can't quite understand your pathetic comment though, seems to me you are drinking way to much beer and need a dose of reality. Comments above yours, at least in this posters opinion, seem to indicate that the company is their own worst enemy and deserves what they are getting. Are you at all familiar with the crap that employees and readers have to put up with even when economic times were decent? And, ouch! That really hurts.