Michael Oneal

Reporter for the Chicago Tribune

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Recent reports say the  Tribune Company  of Chicago was about to arrange an internal overhaul, rather than selling the  Los Angeles Times ,  Channel 5  and other properties.  Then,…

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Recent reports say the Tribune Company of Chicago was about to arrange an internal overhaul, rather than selling the Los Angeles Times , Channel 5 and other properties.  Then,…

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