Sweeping leadership changes have taken place at Tribune Publishing since Michael Ferro, formerly the majority owner of the Chicago Sun-Times, became the largest shareholder in early February.
After years of bankruptcy as part of Tribune Co. and since spinning off and going public in 2014, Tribune Publishing — owner of the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and other major daily newspapers — has acquired a range of other titles as well as endured the ups and downs of the market. Here is a recent history:
Sept. 21, 2006
Tribune Co. puts itself on the block, saying a special committee of the board of directors will consider restructuring, selling assets or...