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Articles from December 11

Big Investor Tells Sun-Times Group to Cut More, Pay Execs in Stock
Saying it was "extremely disappointed" with the collapse of the price of Sun-Times Media Group (STMG) shares this year, the company's second-largest shareholder on Tuesday demanded even deeper cost cuts at the Chicago-area newspaper publisher -- and...
Biographer Talks about Conrad Black as 'Robber Baron'
The day I phoned George Tombs at his Montreal home office to talk about his new biography "Robber Baron: Lord Black of Crossharbour," the Canadian papers were filled with accounts of the bold-faced names who had written letters in support of Conrad...
Bush to Tap Journalist to Shape U.S. Image
President Bush intends to name a well-known conservative commentator and journalist to lead the State Department's struggling efforts to improve the U.S.'s image abroad, replacing long-time confidante Karen Hughes, who is leaving government by the...
Conrad Black Co-Defendants Catch Break on Sentencing
Always overshadowed during their fraud trial by their larger-than-life co-defendant Conrad Black, three other former top executives accused of plundering the parent company of the Chicago Sun-Times in the end received sentences that were a shadow...
New White House Correspondents' Site Offers Dinner Clips
Do you want to relive Stephen Colbert's controversial White House Correspondents Association dinner appearance from 2006? Rich Little's forgettable bomb from 2007? Or even Al Franken's pair of routines from the 1990s? They are all there on the new...
Paper Hires Consulting Firms to Boost Online and Marketing
Citing a need to "strengthen its brand, enhance the reader experience and extend its readership to new local, national and global audiences," The Washington Times has announced deals with five marketing and online development companies that the paper...
Unusual Film Profiling College Paper Debuts Tonight on PBS
Debuting on PBS stations tonight as part of the award-winning Independent Lens series is "The Paper," which deeply probes a year in the life of the Daily Collegian at Penn State. The film by Aaron Matthews, according to reviews, may be focused on...
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