It's a pretty intimate group of seven (not counting Zell) that includes Jeff Berg, CEO of International Creative Management (thatíll create some interesting challenges over in the Calendar and Business sections), Brian Greenspun, president and editor of the Las Vegas Sun (and son of the legendary Hank Greenspun), William Pate, chief investment officer of Equity Group Investments (and Zell's right-hand man), and two directors under the old Tribune: William Osborn, chairman and CEO of Northern Trust Corp. and Betsy Holden, formerly co-CEO of Kraft Foods. The short and the sweet of it is that there will be no boardroom revolts. This is Sam's show.
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