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- Tribune Papers Sale Clouded by Digital Assets
As Tribune Co. prepares to auction off the Los Angeles Times and its other newspapers, a question has emerged about the impact on the papers' ties to crucial digital assets such as CareerBuilder.com and Classified Ventures LLC, the Wall Street Journal reports.
June 12, 2013 - Los Angeles Business Journal
- Former Tribune Co. executive pleads guilty to bilking employer out of nearly $265,000
A former Tribune Co. executive pleaded guilty Wednesday to bilking her employer out of $264,000 — admitting she paid herself commissions that should have gone to the Tribune. Stephanie Pater, 39, faces a maximum of 20 years behind bars, but under federal sentencing guidelines is far more likely to get between two-and-a-half and three-and-a-half years behind in prison for the scam. The Tribune’s ...
June 12, 2013 - Chicago Sun-Times
- Former Tribune executive pleads guilty in fraud
A former Tribune executive pleaded guilty today in federal court to mail fraud, admitting she stole $264,000 in commissions from the company.
June 12, 2013 - Chicago Tribune
- Gianluigi Buffon in The Associated Press
Gianluigi Buffon, closing in on Dino Zoff's Italian record of 112 international appearances as a goalkeeper, said Monday it was possible to "hear some deep breaths from the tribune" whenever the Jabulani took flight.
- Bud Selig in USA Today
I don't know what economic problems the bidders have or haven't had,Selig said. "And I don't know that the Tribune knows it, either, frankly."
- Quincy Jones in Reuters
The caveat is that print is no longer an option: "Print and all that stuff is over, we gotta remember that," Jones said. "The Chicago Tribune, The Seattle Post Intelligencer. The Miami Herald. They're over the same way as the record business....