International Herald Tribune
The International Herald Tribune (or IHT) is fully owned by the New York Times, which along with its own staff journalists and news agencies supplies it with news and features.
Founded on October 4, 1887 by New York Herald owner James Gordon Bennett, Jr., the company is based in Neuilly-sur-Seine, a suburb of Paris, and today is completely owned by The New York Times Company after it completed a purchase of the 50% stake owned by the Washington Post on December 30, 2002. The takeover ended a 35-year partnership between The New York Times and its domestic competitor, The Washington Post.
The influential English language paper is printed at 26 sites around the world and sells in more than 180 countries. It has a circulation of 269,000 (2002) and about 335 employees.
Affiliations with international newspapers include: