The hearing is over, and a bankruptcy judge says she’ll decide in the next several days whether CEO Ben Eason or Atalaya Capital Management gets to run Creative Loafing Inc.
Will a bankruptcy judge in Tampa decide today who runs Creative Loafing Inc.?
The Pew Research Center reports the readers of alternative weeklies are getting both younger and older.
Future ownership of the Reader is at stake in a bankruptcy court hearing in Tampa
Creative Loafing Inc., owner of the Chicago Reader, cuts its top-level salaries.
A Tampa hearing in Creative Loafing Inc.’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy case ends in a continuance to March.
In bankruptcy court, Creative Loafing Inc. hangs on to the Chicago Reader, which lays off more editorial staff.
Now that the Tribune Company has filed for bankruptcy, we’ll probably get a look at some interesting filings.
Creative Loafing’s Mara Shalhoup responds to John Sugg’s critique of Ben Eason and the company.
Editor Ken Edelstein is fired at Creative Loafing in Atlanta.
Creative Loafing’s biggest creditor tells bankruptcy court that bringing in Brian Crino and Skyway Capital is a terrible idea.
Creative Loafing Inc., owner of the Reader, hires an expensive investment banker to help get it out of bankrukptcy.
Information culled by the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies on the Creative Loafing bankruptcy
Michael Crystal resigns as publisher of the Chicago Reader.