The Times opened a voluntary redundancy process which would run for two weeks.
Ana Torres de Navarra and Isabel Amorim Sicherle to lead push.
The company's regional newspaper business recorded advertising revenues down eight per cent year on
Net debt at the end of April £419.1m.
Saatchi recently launched a £10m campaign to win over women aged 35 and above.
The 15 to 20 staff is thought to be cut to about four.
Joe Murphy: "I was extremely confident about the story but wandering why nobody else was standing it
The local partner of the association was unable to raise the needed financing for the conference.
JP Morgan is now the largest shareholder in the company.
Charles Moore didn't pay his licence fee to protest against the BBC's refusal to sack Jonathan Ross.
Company ran into bankruptcy protection in January.
Move part of flurry of new senior appointments.
As part of a settlement, publishers issue an apology and agree to pay costs of libel action.
Campaign will be backed by the supermarket chain Morrisons.
Small to be associate editor.
Many politicians and celebrities including Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg paid tributes
Award convenor Dalia Salaam described his coverage of the Middle East as "incredible."
The company generates a profit of $45.4m.
The newspaper plans to make it an annual feature.
Almost two thirds of editors said reporters from their newspapers had been barred from accessing a p
Failure of a clear frontrunner to emerge leads many nationals to focus on predictions of a hung parl
Over 140 staff at Newsquest-owned newspapers took part in 24-hour strike following group's decision
The Daily Mirror today defied a ban to republish the infamous 1987 picture of David Cameron posing with his Bullingdon Club drinking friends using it for a special election-day front page.
Eight out of ten local newspaper editors believe accessing information from public bodies has become
Awards recognise excellence in human rights reporting.
Foreign journalists invited into country.
Cameron as Obama front page gets spoofed.
Move comes after publisher admits bribes.
41 year-old Lewis was youngest editor of the Daily Telegraph.