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  • Charles Brumback: Former Orlando Sentinel president, CEO dies at 86

    Charles Brumback: Former Orlando Sentinel president, CEO dies at 86
    Charles Brumback's decades-long career in the newspaper industry started with a chance meeting. Brumback never had an interest in writing, his son Charles Brumback Jr. said. He was "a numbers guy." In the late 1950s he was working as a certified...
  • Charles T. Brumback, former Tribune Co. CEO, dies at 86

     Charles T. Brumback, former Tribune Co. CEO, dies at 86
    Charles T. Brumback, known for his blunt demeanor and innovative approach to business, helped bring the Chicago Tribune into the computer age as CEO of first the newspaper and then Tribune Co. in the 1980s and early '90s. "Charlie was a tremendous,...
  • Religious sensitivity vs. free speech

    Religious sensitivity vs. free speech
    In the aftermath of the deadly assault on the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical newspaper, much of the world has rallied in solidarity with the publication, its irreverent cartoonists and their right to free speech. But not everyone is so...
  • Tribune Media to redevelop Times Mirror Square in Los Angeles

     Tribune Media to redevelop Times Mirror Square in Los Angeles
    Tribune Media announced plans Thursday to redevelop Times Mirror Square, home of the Los Angeles Times, and a separate vacant printing plant in nearby Costa Mesa. The Chicago-based media company is seeking partners for both California properties,...
  • Los Angeles Times site to be redeveloped

    Los Angeles Times site to be redeveloped
    Tribune Real Estate Holdings, the owner of the Los Angeles Times building, is seeking partners to help develop properties in downtown L.A. and Orange County. The company said it wants to improve The Times’ longtime home at 1st and Spring streets...
  • Rhubarb rerun: A debate over freedom of expression and blasphemy with a local Islamic leader

    Rhubarb rerun: A debate over freedom of expression and blasphemy with a local Islamic leader
     In 2006, Ahmed Rehab, then communications director and now head of the Chicago Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations and I engaged in an online dialogue sparked by the controversy over the violent response in the Muslim world to the...
  • Trudy Rubin: Stand up for free speech

    Wednesday's shocking terror attack on the French satirical journal Charlie Hebdo should finally awaken Western publics to the threat posed by radical Islamists to free speech worldwide. That threat may seem obvious when 10 journalists from a newspaper...
  • Broward Republicans limit access in bid to improve image

    Broward Republicans limit access in bid to improve image
    The new chairwoman of the Broward Republican Party says she wants to improve the public image of the organization — starting by limiting access to the party's monthly meetings. Beginning Monday night, the first meeting over which Christine...
  • Christine M. Flowers: Stop denying connection between Islam, terrorist attacks

    I suspected it would happen, just not as quickly as it did. Whenever acts of terror are committed in the name of Islam, there is generally a counter-attack from the enlightened, usually secular, but always "progressive," flank of society in which the...
  • A matter of records: Newport News erects obstacles to access by imposing excessive costs for documents

    The Tech Center at Oyster Point development was promoted as a critical economic development initiative with the potential to create a good many jobs. Its construction will radically change one of the most prominent intersections in Newport News. And...
  • Iran news agency: Prosecutor says detained Washington Post reporter indicted; charges unknown

    A Washington Post journalist detained in Iran for months has been indicted and will stand trial, Iran's state news agency reported Wednesday, without elaborating on what charges he faced. The report by the official IRNA news agency came the same day as...