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And just how did A.H. Belo Corp. -- the "new" parent company of The Dallas Morning News -- celebrate it first full day as a spun-off stand-alone media empire? By watching its stock free fall more than 12 percent, or two whole dollars. Ooof. Reports Editor & Publisher, the stocked ended trading Friday at $16.40 and began the day at $16.35 a share -- "and within an hour had fallen below $15." Closing price today: $14.40. --Robert Wilonsky