Fuller edited the Tribune editorial page and then the entire newspaper. Then he was the publisher and eventually he was put in charge of all the Tribune Company newspapers.
Illinois should consider a trade with Nebraska: our struggling Republican governor for theirs.
At Tribune Publishing, LA can’t abide Chicago.
David Carr dies.
Staffers wonder whether the Hartford Courant will survive the breakup of the Tribune Company.
Chicago Tribune links refinery waste to brothers once interested in buying the paper.
A Reader columnist goes RedPlum crazy.
When push comes to shove, should laid-off journalists sue?
If the Koch brothers buy the Tribune Company, then what?
Joe Ricketts launched DNA Info. His son Tom runs the Chicago Cubs. What are we to think?
The Chicago Tribune‘s terrific series on itself deserves book, HBO treatments.
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What executive corruption at newspapers reveals about the Occupy protests.
Days before my review copy of James O’Shea’s The Deal From Hell came in the mail, a friend who’d read an excerpt of O’Shea’s account of the Tribune Company-Times Mirror merger and its calamitous aftermath e-mailed me to rip the author. At issue: O’Shea’s failure to be up-front about the friendship between his ex-boss Ann […]
On reading James O’Shea’s “The Merger From Hell.”