Investigative reporter Maury Possley is leaving the Chicago Tribune, but new editor Gerould Kern sees opportunity ahead.
Is Ann Marie Lipinski’s resignation part of a proud new tradition?
Chicago Tribune is slashing 80 editorial jobs from its payroll.
The Trib follows the Sun and LAT in announcing layoffs.
The FCC gave the Tribune Company a break. Am I supposed to be outraged?
Baseball writers should be as tough on themselves as they say they’ll be on the stars who used illegal drugs.
Tricky distinction between a nickname and a wife eludes LA Times
Sam Zell lays down the law at the LA Times.
As Rupert Murdoch emerges as a suitor for the Tribune Company, a Trib alum asks that the board consider the public interest.
Everybody except the Trib wants to know what Alan Artner thinks about James Wood’s new job at the Getty Trust.