January 29, 2015 5:47 AM ET


Company Overview of The McClatchy Company

Company Overview

The McClatchy Company publishes newspapers and related digital and direct marketing products in the United States. The company’s primary newspapers include Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The Sacramento Bee, The Kansas City Star, The Miami Herald, The Charlotte Observer, and The Raleigh News & Observer. It operates 30 daily newspapers, community newspapers, Websites, mobile news and advertising, niche publications, direct marketing, and direct mail services. The company also owns a portfolio of digital assets, including 15.0% of CareerBuilder, LLC, which operates an online job Website, CareerBuilder.com; 25.6% of Classified Ventures, LLC that offers classified Websites, such as the auto Website Ca...

2100 Q Street

Sacramento, CA 95816

United States

Founded in 1860

6,630 Employees



Key Executives for The McClatchy Company

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 49
Total Annual Compensation: $822.1K
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 58
Total Annual Compensation: $413.5K
Vice President of Operations
Age: 53
Total Annual Compensation: $560.6K
Vice President of Corporate Development
Age: 51
Total Annual Compensation: $509.6K
Vice President of Operations - Midwest and Northwest
Age: 63
Total Annual Compensation: $584.6K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

The McClatchy Company Key Developments

The McClatchy Company Announces Retirement of Robert J. Weil as Vice President of Operations, Effective from June 30

The McClatchy Company announced the Robert J. Weil, vice president, operations at the company since 1997, has announced his retirement on June 30.

The McClatchy Company Names Richard Rinehart as New Corporate Director for Production

The McClatchy Company named Richard Rinehart as its new Corporate Director for Production. Rinehart has been the company's regional production vice president in the Carolinas since 2011. He begins his new assignment Jan. 12, 2015. Rinehart will be responsible for all production services across McClatchys 28 markets, including printing press facilities, packaging and trucking operations. Half of McClatchys daily newspapers are now printed at outside facilities either by other companies or sister McClatchy papers and Rinehart will manage those contracts and relationships as well.

Lincoln Harris Planning To Buy Charlotte Observer's Uptown Site

Sources reported that Lincoln Harris, LLC is planning to purchase The Charlotte Observer's uptown site from pension fund of The McClatchy Company (NYSE:MNI). The deal is still tentative and could close early in the second quarter this year. Charlotte Observer also reported negotiations to finalize a buyer from a field of about 10 local developers.

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