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COCOA BEACH, Fla. — USA Today founder Al Neuharth died Friday in Cocoa Beach, Fla. He was 89. The news was announced by USA Today and by the Newseum, which he also founded. Neuharth launched USA Today, the nation's most widely read newspaper, in...
Nation NowIn the photo, an airman can be seen posing amid a crowd of fellow airmen, tucked inside an open transfer case, a white noose and black chain around his neck. “Da Dumpt, Da Dumpt” reads the photo caption, “Sucks 2 Be U!”...
Company TownNewspaper and television giant Gannett Co. is restructuring its executive ranks in the wake of the sudden resignation of its chairman and chief executive because of health issues. Craig Dubow, 56, who has been with Gannett for 30 years, resigned......
Company TownJay Leno's prime-time career on NBC will end on Feb. 12. Whether Conan O'Brien's late-night career with the network will also be ending next month remains to be seen. Speaking to reporters at the semiannual Television Critics Assn.'s press tour,......
Times Staff WritersLackluster bidding for Tribune Co., parent of the Los Angeles Times, has sparked a debate within the newspaper's founding family about whether to launch its own bid for the company, a family member said Monday. If Tribune ultimately is going to be sold...
LOS ANGELES, April 7, 2005 The Los Angeles Times announced today that its Times Community News division has acquired the La Cañada Valley Sun and the Crescenta Valley Sun from Century Group newspapers. The La Cañada Valley Sun serves La Cañada...
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