November 7, 2007 |
Tribune Co. and MediaNews Group Inc. are in talks with other newspaper publishers to form a network to jointly sell national advertising, MediaNews President Joseph Lodovic said. The goal is to let advertisers buy space in newspapers and on their websites nationally rather than negotiate separate deals with individual publishers, Lodovic said. It wouldn't replace Yahoo Inc.'s year-old newspaper consortium. A spokesman for Tribune Co.
February 6, 2014 |
WASHINGTON - Rep. Henry A. Waxman, after a 30-minute meeting with Tribune Co. Chief Executive Peter Liguori, said he still was concerned about the company's plans to spin off the Los Angeles Times and seven other newspapers into a separate unit. Waxman (D-Beverly Hills) had requested the face-to-face discussion after a meeting last month between his staff and Tribune executives failed to ease his worries that the newspapers would be hobbled financially after the spinoff. "I expressed to him my concern that they not leave the L.A. Times and the other newspapers with inadequate funding," Waxman said in an interview Thursday.
December 4, 2002 |
Tribune Co., publisher of the Los Angeles Times, elected Dennis FitzSimons chief executive effective Jan. 1, replacing Chairman and CEO John Madigan. FitzSimons, 52, currently is president and chief operating officer. Madigan, 65, will remain chairman until Dec. 31, 2003, when he will retire.
July 18, 1990 |
A management review at the Tribune Co. has revealed the misappropriation of about $900,000, apparently by a member of the management staff, the company said Tuesday. The company identified the employee involved as Robert L. Dickey, 44, a marketing manager with the Chicago Tribune newspaper.
April 11, 2009 |
Tribune Co. has disclosed that the U.S. Department of Labor has opened an investigation into the company's employee stock ownership plan, or ESOP. The Labor Department sent a subpoena March 2 to the Chicago-based media company seeking "an extensive range of documents," Tribune Co. said in a filing made Thursday as part of its bankruptcy case. The company said it produced documents that its lawyers say "substantially complied" with the subpoena.