Offices and retail in the older buildings, while it looks like the 1970s corporate side will be razed for apartments.
There is no more Tribune Publishing. There is only tronc.
Onni group, based in Vancouver, has other projects in downtown and would redevelop the longtime LA Times home for offices and retail.
A demand to see the books. A shareholder lawsuit. Open derision at the corporate name change and strategy for the future.
Lamb was "the consummate newspaperman in the glory days of the profession," his LAT obit begins.
A managing editor is out, Muhammad Ali coverage, Tronc reactions, a wedding and more.
It's not true that the new name for Michael Ferro's experiment in newspapering stands for Time to Recycle Old Newspaper Company.
The managing editor for digital strategy lasted just over a year.
It appears as a mea culpa from a lawyer husband divulging personal health details about his wife.
He becomes the second largest shareholder, vice chairman of the board, and Michael Ferro's defense against a takeover by Gannett.
About 200 staffers would be laid off, a report says.
Wednesday's staff party is cancelled because the Times could not, or did not, secure the room in its own building.
The Wrap says that newsroom gossip is true about a strip club expense account, a free trip and more.
The offer is now $15 a share plus assumption of debt, for a total value of $864 million.
Clearing the desk of media moves, observations and other items.
Ferro's secret plan to monetize his new toy includes LA Times bureaus in Lagos, Moscow and Mumbai. But nothing for LA or California.
We have a very beautiful state here. Absolutely beautiful.
Henry Chu is the trade's new European Bureau Chief. He took the LAT buyout last fall.
Ferro might be the illegitimate offspring of Sam Zell and former Freedom Communications CEO Aaron Kushner.
More revenue than you've ever seen. Artificial intelligence. Revolutionize the strategy. Piece of cake.
Sounds like mostly wishful thinking, since the prospect of Gannett management won't cause much excitement.
Larry Mantle on his friend Steve Julian. New post for Nicco Mele. The Broad gets a category on tonight's "Jeopardy." And a lot more.
The LA Times turns its most valuable website acreage over to its own Pulitzer Prize, while the Washington Post stays with news of more interest to non-journalists.
The Times swarmed the story from the start and the effort pays off.
Ricardo DeAratanha was charged Tuesday with misdemeanor resisting, obstructing or delaying a peace officer when he was confronted during the Nancy Reagan funeral in Simi Valley.
Longtime TV reporter Scott Collins will be TV editor, and Michael Schneider joins Penske Media. Plus more.
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