Los Angeles Times' fate remains murky

02/28/2013 | L.A. Weekly

Since David Geffen offered to acquire the Los Angeles Times for $2 billion in 2006 and was turned down, the paper and its news staff have shrunk to the point that the paper now might be worth $200 million, analysts say. The parent Tribune Co. says that buyers have expressed interest, but the key question now is what kind of buyers, writes Hillel Aron.

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