Jennifer Forsyth

Reporter for the Wall Street Journal

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Reporter for the Wall Street Journal, covering real estate

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Since the Chandler family sold the  Los Angeles Times  to the  Tribune Company  of Chicago, there's been a parade of news editors and publishers, several of whom has left because of…

Tribune Sold to Sam Zell

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