Eddy Hartenstein

Publisher, Los Angeles Times

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Publisher of the Los Angeles Times

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After  Sam Zell  took over the  Tribune Company  a year ago, layoffs and early retirements continued at the  Los Angeles Times .  Eddy Hartenstein, formerly with DirecTV, became…

Los Angeles Times Publisher Discusses Bankruptcy

After Sam Zell took over the Tribune Company a year ago, layoffs and early retirements continued at the Los Angeles Times .  Eddy Hartenstein, formerly with DirecTV, became…

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