By David Folkenflik . April 11, 2018
One of the nation's oldest and most prestigious regional newspapers, The Chicago Tribune, could soon have a unionized staff. Wednesday morning, journalists from its newsroom informed management they are preparing to organize and they have collected signatures from dozens of colleagues.
By Robert Channick . April 11, 2018
A group of employees is seeking to form a union in the Chicago Tribune’s newsroom, in what would be a historic move at the 171-year-old newspaper.
By Sam Charles and Luke Wilusz . April 11, 2018
Dozens of employees at the Chicago Tribune have announced their intent to unionize the newsroom, which would be a first in the paper’s 170-year history.
By Ken Doctor . March 22, 2018
Even without the L.A. Times, it still controls a lot of important newspapers. Will it sell them to Gannett, Murdoch, local individuals in each city — or to yet another private equity firm looking to strip papers for parts?
By Kristen Bellstrom and Beth Kowitt . March 19, 2018
By David Folkenflik . March 16, 2018
The Chicago Tribune went through a new round of layoffs on Thursday. The newspaper's parent company Tronc has big plans to change what readers will see on the websites of its newspapers.
By David Folkenflik . March 9, 2018
One of the nation's most important newspaper companies is attempting to shed months of labor strife, leadership crises and financial challenges through profound transformation.
By Samantha Schmidt . January 19, 2018
The Los Angeles Times chief executive and publisher is the latest media executive under investigation for inappropriate behavior, following an extensive NPR report.