The arts editor and columnist spent 26 years at the Los Angeles paper
Media mogul cites "cross-ownership laws from another age"
Matthew Keys was indicted by the feds Thursday, and now he's been suspended by Reuters
The Los Angeles Times' TV listings will appear only online starting Tuesday, Feb. 26
Kathryn Bigelow reiterates previous defenses of "Zero Dark Thirty" in L.A. Times essay
The film business reporter is the latest in a string of departures from the Times' entertainment section
The Los Angeles Times is expected to keep its separate agreement with the news service
Tim Rutten was laid off in August 2011 for what he implied was ageism but what others said involved errors in his stories
Photographer David Strick sued the Los Angeles Times for copyright violation after his contract with the paper wasn't picked up
Doug Manchester's right-hand man at the U-T San Diego says they're not interested in buying the L.A. Times, despite Manchester's comments last week
Los Angeles Times reporter Geoff Boucher also says he "didn't see eye-to-eye with his editor, John Corrigan
Geoff Boucher will have a career "outside of journalism," the editor of the Times announces, but the Los Angeles Times will maintain the Hero Complex...
Geoff Boucher, the Hero Complex blogger who announced he was leaving the Times Monday, says he plans to "gamble and bet on myself" and move...
The hedge fund leading the junior creditors must now pay $1.5 billion or lose its stake in Tribune to the senior creditors
The radio station will expand the Brand & Martinez Show to two hours
Megan Garvey will run Latimes.com, selecting its news and feature content
Patrick Goldstein, the longtime film columnist for the L.A. Times, has written his last column, he announced Tuesday
L.A. Times' new hire comes more than six months after the last executive in that position departed
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...
Jonathan Gold will leave L.A. Weekly and return to the L.A. Times, raising questions about what will happen to the paper's current food critic
Former Times and Chicago Tribune editor James O'Shea calls early reporting "inaccurate" and "sloppy"
With Stanton's exit, managing editor for news Davan Maharaj becomes the paper's 15th editor -- the fifth in the past decade
HBO's Andrea Nunn comes aboard as vice president, media and business development, along with several other new hires
Judge sets final hearing on the matter for Jan. 30
The former LA Times and Las Vegas Sun Editor told his staff he was leaving on Monday just before Village Voice Media announced his successor
Steven Gellman alleges he was wrongfully terminated and subject to defamation
He writes a supposedly personal essay, but still points out many of the negative recent changes at the paper
Bill Plaschke and T.J. Simers each pen columns about the city's potential new team
The basketball writer, laid off in the most recent round, reflects on his 32-year career at the embattled publication
Several high-profile staffers are cut after movie advertising fails to deliver. A Metro editor tries to buck up: "We whip asses"