After nearly 280 years in print, the world's oldest continuously published newspaper is stopping the presses in favor of a digital presence.
Lloyd's List, which was founded in 1734 as a notice posted to a London coffee shop's wall, announced Wednesday it will cease its print edition in December. The newspaper is widely regarded as the leading source of news and analysis for the global shipping market.
The newspaper's management cited declining interest in the print edition as the impetus behind the move. A recent survey of Lloyd's List readers found that less than 2 … Read more