Guardian :: Let's call it the clash of the upmarket titans: the daily and Sunday Telegraph versus the Times and Sunday Times, a battle that's been rumbling on for over 160 years. In circulation terms, perhaps, nobody's winning – the Telegraph down 7.9% a day against March 2011 on the latest ABC figures while the Sunday drops 6.3%; the Thunderer 11.6 % off the pace and the Sunday Times taking a 10% cold bath. But sales aren't the only figures that matter. What about money, as assorted year-end results come through?
[Peter Preston:] The Barclay Brothers saw their broadsheet title make £55m last year, and Times group losses are coming down fast. Could it be there's still money to be made in newspapers?
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