Ferro’s chief concern at Tronc seems to be milking the company for everything it’s worth.
The Chicago 21 development plan is alive and well in Rahm and Rauner’s HQ2 offer to Jeff Bezos.
TV writer John Eisendrath on his brother’s acquisition of the Chicago Reader and Chicago Sun-Times
Also, 30 percent of local Michelin-starred restaurants have closed.
Also, CPD Superintendent Eddie Johnson is “ready” for his kidney transplant.
The Chicago Reader may once again be controlled by Michael Ferro. Then what?
If Tronc keeps the Sun-Times going will it preserve the Reader too?
Tronc’s two biggest newspapers take very different approaches to the president.
The former Tribune Publishing Company spent more than $2 million last year leasing a private jet for use by its owner, Michael Ferro.
Talks end, for now, between Tronc and Gannett.
Also, the city is finally accepting proposals for developing the Michael Reese Hospital site.
The paper endorses the “What’s Aleppo?” candidate for president.
Tronc drops the media reporter’s contract.
The Chicago Tribune‘s lease at 435 North Michigan ends in 2018.
Last Week Tonight hilariously skewers the former Tribune Publishing.