Los Angeles Times Publisher Jeff Johnson and Editor Dean Baquet have made news by publicly challenging their bosses at Tribune Publishing in Chicago. Almost half the Times’ staff has lined up to support the executives. When will the mutiny come to an end? Plus, California farmers cope with the spinach crisis, and the State sues six auto-makers over global warming.
Tribune Board Meets as Mutiny at the Los Angeles Times Continues
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Tribune Board Meets as Mutiny at the LA Times Continues
Publisher Jeff Johnson and Editor Dean Baquet still have their jobs, at least for the moment, after a public challenge to LA Times owners at Tribune Publishing in...
Growers Fear Long-Term Impact of E. Coli Outbreak
One person has died and 146 have been taken ill from E.coli bacteria in 23 states. Now health investigators claim they have a "smoking gun." It's a contaminated bag of...