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Immigration consternation: Progress email ad outrages
Published on Jun 18th, 2010
53 comments An ad in support of Arizona's hot-button new immigration laws caused the Progress to rethink its email marketing policy. The marketing email is nothing new, and if you've ever purchased anything...
Strong Progress: Daily's parent back in black
Published on Jan 28th, 2010
3 comments The parent company of the Daily Progress, which struggled with red ink in the year-ago fourth quarter, is reporting a profit of $27.4 million, or $1.18 per diluted share. This compares well with a...
Partners: Progress hooks up with growth-watchers
Published on Aug 30th, 2009
7 comments Like so many first dates, this one took place at a coffee shop– Caf© Cubano, to be exact. But like many a romance, this one also includes its share of fireworks–- including worries that...
Stock soars: As Progress parent company back in black
Published on Jul 22nd, 2009
5 comments Media General chair J. Stewart Bryan vowed in March that the company would "stick around." FILE PHOTO BY HAWES SPENCER Media General, the parent company of the Daily Progress, has conducted such...
Worrell's world: ex-DP boss re-envisions newsbiz
Published on May 14th, 2009
3 comments "Small, local papers have a chance," says former Daily Progress owner Tom Worrell, "but you have to be credible, you have to develop a reputation with the community over time, and constantly...
Daily Progress lays off 6 employees
Published on Mar 30th, 2009
11 comments A week after pulling in 21 awards at the Virginia Press Association annual meeting in Norfolk, Daily Progress publisher Lawrence McConnell announces that six employees will be without jobs, including...
Carriers canned as Post farms out local delivery
Published on Oct 29th, 2008
15 comments The Washington Post will soon be tossed in your driveway by the Daily Progress. PHOTO BY LISA PROVENCE The Washington Post is selling its local distribution rights to the Daily Progress, leaving...
Funny paper: Is the new Progress trying to be funny?
Published on Feb 6th, 2003
0 comments For at least a week before the Daily Progress unveiled its new design on January 20, full-page ads teased the change with the mysterious "What's next?" campaign. On the big day, an eight-page...
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