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Tribune Co.'s second-quarter earnings report on Thursday didn't provide much respite from what is turning out to be a long, hot summer for Dennis FitzSimons, the media company's embattled chairman and chief executive. Tribune profit and revenue fell,...
Tags: Television, Family, Advertising, Television Stations, Newspapers
South Florida Sun-SentinelA federal judge ruled Friday that the government must make public the names of FEMA inspectors and the addresses of disaster aid recipients in a lawsuit brought by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. The newspaper filed suit in March 2005 after the Federal...
Tribune Media Services columnistQ: Are my shares of Wachovia Corp. going to do well? Will they increase as it grows? -- R.D., via the Internet A: The nation's fourth-largest bank in terms of assets has a driving ambition to become bigger. What's uncertain is whether it might suffer...
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated It isn't only the auto industry that's struggling in Michigan. The newspaper business is in serious trouble. And this is not good for America. As someone who spent some of his most memorable early years......
Even those of us who haven't seen the new Vince Vaughn-Jennifer Aniston movie "The Break Up" have found it impossible to avoid hearing about it. Apparently they play a mismatched couple who own Chicago property together. With their romance on the rocks,...
A federal judge on Wednesday temporarily blocked Tribune Co.'s sale of a Connecticut newspaper to Gannett Co., citing pending arbitration proceedings with unionized newsroom employees. U.S. District Judge Alfred V. Covello issued a preliminary injunction...
Tags: Newspapers, Stamford, Court Preliminary, Arbitration, Greenwich
Tribune staff reportersTribune Co., in a move that aims to boost its stock price but saddle the company with a punishing debt load, on Tuesday disclosed a plan to buy back a quarter of its outstanding shares at a cost of more than $2 billion. The Chicago media concern, which...
Tribune Architecture CriticIn this affluent suburb, 25 miles northwest of Detroit's battered downtown, there lies an extraordinary oasis of art and architecture, one whose origins have a direct link to Chicago. This place is called Cranbrook, and it is well worth a visit,...
Tags: Sports, Harry Bertoia, Death, Libraries, Swimming
Sun StaffJack Kelley, one of USA Today's most prominent correspondents, has resigned from the newspaper in the wake of an internal inquiry into allegations that some of his reporting had been fabricated. None of his articles has been publicly retracted. And the...
Sun StaffMore questions are surfacing about the veracity of articles written by former USA Today star reporter Jack Kelley. Kelley was forced to resign this month after he was found to have deceived editors during a long and ultimately inconclusive inquiry into...
Sun StaffEditors at USA Today now say they forced former star reporter Jack Kelley to resign after he deceived them during an internal inquiry into whether he had fabricated some of his high-profile reports from abroad. Last September, Mark Memmott, the senior...
Sun StaffKenneth A. Paulson, a former newspaper editor, lawyer and free speech advocate, has been picked to lead USA Today in the wake of the worst scandal in the newspaper's nearly 22-year-history. In an interview, USA Today publisher and President Craig Moon...
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