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Top 5 Companies in the Publishing Industry With the Lowest Free Cash Flow Per Share (MSO, NYT, NWSA, TRI, GCI)

By David Diaz

Below are the three companies in the Publishing industry with the lowest (positive) free cash flow per share. FCF/share is a valuable metric signaling a company's ability to facilitate growth in the business.

Martha Stewart Living ranks lowest with a FCF per share of $0.04. The New York Times is next with a FCF per share of $0.30. News Corp ranks third lowest with a FCF per share of $0.78.

Thomson Reuters follows with a FCF per share of $1.73, and Gannett rounds out the bottom five with a FCF per share of $2.96.

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Ticker(s): MSO NYT NWSA TRI GCI