Tribune Co. Emerges From Bankruptcy After 4 Years of Chapter 11 20 weeks ago
The Tribune Co. will emerge from bankruptcy Monday as a new year dawns, ending a grueling four-year stretch in Chapter 11 protection that...
By Brent Lang
Poynter discovers more fake bylines at a hyper-local news provider that isn't so local
A judge greenlighted a restructuring plan for the bankrupt parent company of the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune, but it can't pull out of bankruptcy until the FCC approves license transfers
Eli Broad, the billionaire philanthropist and art investor, writes in a new book that he hopes to renew his bid for the west coast's most prestigious newspaper
Move is a setback for the movie photographer who had been seeking millions of dollars in damages
If the paper can't force the veteran photographer's copyright lawsuit into arbitration, it could be on the hook for millions
Newly appointed boss will oversee all operations as company emerges from Chapter 11
TV stations provide bump to privately-held media company, according to results filed with U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Gerry Spector to exit, capping a wild year of shuffling
The breakdown of cash that creditors are suing to be get back
Three plans remain for creditor vote
Media giant creditors heading towards voting on plans to exit from two-year bankruptcy court
Chairman doesn't "envision a role" once company he bought for $8.7 billion emerges from bankruptcy
Embattled media giant chair says creditors will pick Tribune’s new boss -- and it won’t be him.
Also asked court for permission to pursue legal action against current owner Sam Zell and possible future owners such as JPMorgan Chase
Clear Channel contingent clearing out in the wake of ex-chief’s ouster
One week after media giant submitted proposal to get out of Chapter 11, creditors put their own plans before the court – now the bargaining begins
Former chief innovation officer reportedly forwards exchange to put note in context
Follows New York Times expose of "frat boy" behavior at Tribune Tower, and resignation of executive Lee Abrams for lewd emails
Less than a week after tendering resignation, ousted exec sends e-mail to defend himself
JPMorgan Chase joins major creditors in a multi-million-dollar agreement to settle the two-year bankruptcy
Randy Michaels says David Carr's article is based on "distortions and rumors."
The Comcast-NBCU combination is certain to initiate Hollywood's biggest game of musical chairs in years
The lawsuit claims Sam Zell put $13B in debt where retirement accounts used to be
Companies say making it easier for advertisers to buy in multiple markets could help sales.
The New York Times was rescued by a white knight – well, maybe – in the shape of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga