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  • Tribune Co. to spin off newspapers

    Tribune Co. to spin off newspapers
    One week after boosting its broadcasting holdings with the announcement of a deal to purchase 19 television stations,  Tribune Co. said Wednesday morning it intends to spin off its publishing business into a separate company.   The move would separate...
  • Tribune Co. plans to spin off newspapers

    Tribune Co. plans to spin off newspapers
    The Baltimore Sun's owner said Wednesday that it plans to spin off its newspapers as a separate company, the latest move in the Tribune Co.'s effort to focus on the more profitable broadcasting industry. Chicago-based Tribune said its publishing assets,...
  • Part one: Zell's big gamble

    Part one: Zell's big gamble
    Aside from the business suit he was wearing, which he joked was rented for the occasion, Sam Zell was never more himself than when he appeared at a New York lender conference in April 2007 to hawk his $8.2 billion buyout of Tribune Co. Slinging one-...
  • Tribune Co. to emerge from bankruptcy Monday

    The last day of 2012 is the first of a new era for Tribune Co. After spending more than four years embroiled in a contentious Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, the reorganized Chicago-based media company will emerge Monday under new owners and a newly...
  • Experts: Firms must engage workers now to keep them later

    Experts: Firms must engage workers now to keep them later
    The past few years have been a struggle for employers trying to keep their businesses running and their employees satisfied despite ever-tighter budgets. A recent survey conducted for The Baltimore Sun by the research firm WorkplaceDynamics identified 75...
  • Help wanted: But only the employed need apply

    While nearly 14 million unemployed Americans are searching for work, some employers are limiting their hiring to preferred candidates: People who already have jobs. Recruiters and worker advocates say companies are screening out applicants who don't have...
  • Companies to hire more for the holiday season

    Companies to hire more for the holiday season
    "We're hiring" seems to have become all too rare a phrase uttered by businesses hampered by the sluggish economy. But with the holiday season approaching, prospects for job hunters are looking better — at least temporarily. Companies are preparing...
  • Job outlook brightens for new college graduates

    Job outlook brightens for new college graduates
    Heather Prosser will have more than a college degree when she accepts her diploma from Stevenson University on Friday. By then, Prosser also will have the first week of her first job under her belt. A computer information systems major, Prosser had two...
  • Employers increase flexible workplace options

    Employees at Carefirst BlueCross BlueShield, the region's largest insurer, can work from home several days a week. Hunt Valley-based McCormick & Co. lets some full-time spice plant employees work four-day weeks. And in the "flexible workplace" of...
  • Report: Baltimore one of the best cities for recent grads

    Report: Baltimore one of the best cities for recent grads
    Baltimore is a good place for recent college graduates to settle down, according to a report released Thursday by major job- and apartment-hunting websites. Charm City has the right combination of entry-level job inventory, average entry-level salary and...
  • Turnover at the workplace is on the rise

    Turnover at the workplace is on the rise
    A year ago, Washington marketing associate Tara Miller felt lucky just to have a job in her field. So while she wanted to work in Baltimore — where she could be closer to her boyfriend — Miller stayed put at her job in D.C. But by March of...
  • Out of service? Online hiring systems frustrate applicants

    Out of service? Online hiring systems frustrate applicants
    The emailed rejection came as no surprise to Bill Skibinski, though the Abingdon resident believed he was more than qualified for the entry-level job he'd applied for online. After spending two years seeking full-time work, Skibinski is convinced that...