Ferro's Tumultuous Run As Tronc Chairman Comes To An End With Retirement AnnouncementMichael Ferro, the highly controversial chairman of the newspaper publisher Tronc, is stepping down after just two years on the job. And some journalists at Tronc's papers are saying good riddance.
Man Charged With Carjacking Chicago Tribune Reporter In BridgeportNoriyhea Evans, 18, is charged with one felony count of vehicular hijacking, police said.
3 In Custody For Carjacking Chicago Tribune Reporter In BridgeportPolice spokesman Anthony Guglielmi tweeted Wednesday morning that three people of interest — one adult and two juveniles — were taken into custody overnight by 19th District officers, police said. Charges were pending.
Chicago Tribune Reporter Carjacked In BridgeportPolice said the reporter told them the carjackers did not display or imply they had a weapon.
Chicago Tribune Moving A Few Blocks SouthTronc, the parent of the newspaper, confirmed Friday the Tribune will move in 2018 to the One Prudential Plaza office tower.
Chicago Tribune Emerges As Likely Buyer Of Chicago Sun-TimesThe parent company of the Chicago Tribune has emerged as the likely buyer of the Chicago Sun-Times.
Gannett Gives Up On Bid For Tribune Parent Company, TroncGannett is walking away from its takeover attempt at Tronc, the publisher of the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and other major dailies.
Tribune Passes On Trump, Endorses Libertarian Presidential CandidateThe iconic Chicago newspaper has been known for backing Republican candidates for the White House.
Tribune Media Completes Sale Of Tribune Tower, Other AssetsTribune Media has completed the sale of several real estate assets, including the Tribune Tower in Chicago.
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Tribune Publishing's New Name: 'tronc'You read that correctly. The name change is effective June 20.
Gannett Ups Bid For Takeover Of Tribune PublishingUSA Today owner Gannett has boosted its takeover bid for Tribune Publishing Co. by about 22 percent one week after the owner of the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and other newspapers adopted a "poison pill" plan to thwart the unsolicited offer.