December 5, 1993 |
QUESTION: Mr. President, we all (saw) this morning's story on the (roughly) $50 million the Administration is giving the state of California. Still a lot of people say that that's just not going to be enough. . . . So I'm just wondering, what can California expect? CLINTON: California has done very well with this Administration, given the money we had to spend.
February 26, 2009 |
With U.S. commercial real estate sales at a near-standstill, Tribune Co. is suspending efforts to sell its namesake tower in Chicago and the downtown Los Angeles headquarters of The Times, the company said Wednesday. "Given the downturn in the real estate market, a sale is less likely now, but we continue working with our advisors on other ways of maximizing the value of these properties," Tribune spokesman Gary Weitman said.