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Northcliffe

Viscount. title of Alfred Charles William Harmsworth. 1865- -1922, British newspaper proprietor. With his brother, 1st Viscount Rothermere, he built up a vast chain of newspapers. He founded the Daily Mail (1896), the Daily Mirror (1903), and acquired The Times (1908)
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Following a careful review, the OFT has determined that the combination of the Northcliffe and Iliffe activities would not lead to a rise in prices or reductions in choice or quality for readers and advertisers, it said.
Sonny Shepherd was reported missing from his home garden on Northcliffe Road, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, shortly after 10.
He has previously worked for the Daily Mail and General Trust in the US and for Northcliffe Newspapers in Exeter and Swansea.
1865: Alfred Charles William Harmsworth Northcliffe.
Midlands-based CTN retailer Rippleglen has posted a 24% increase in full-year sales following its purchase of Northcliffe Retail, the CTN arm of Daily Mail and General Trust, in July 2007.
Elsewhere in Britain, The Guardian Weekly, Archant, Illife, Johnston Press, News International, Newsquest, Northcliffe and Trinity Mirror also rely on PageSuite, based in Kent, England.
DS Paul Kennedy said the assault in Northcliffe Park, Shipley, West Yorkshire, was "horrendous".
The Daily Mail already owns Zambeasy, a jobs website, and is considering the sale of its Northcliffe regional newspaper business as advertising revenues for regional papers are declining due to the growth of the Internet.
The luckiest dog to be homed in 2005 so far has definitely got to be Deano (pictured above), who moved to New York earlier this year following his adoption by Dr Lucy Northcliffe.
The fliers won a pounds 10,000 prize offered by Dublin-born British press baron Lord Northcliffe and were knighted by King George V for their achievement.
Contested country: a history of the Northcliffe area, Western Australia
Lord Northcliffe, dominated according to his detractors by the pursuit of political power, is seen by the author of this closely observed study of his life and career, as one of the most remarkable figures in British press, political and imperial history.

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