Examiner finds fault with almost everyone involved in 2007 Tribune deal

Chicago Tribune
The four-volume set of documents presented by a court-appointed examiner “show participants on all sides of the deal trying to explain how a transaction weighed down by almost $13 billion in debt could unfold amid ample evidence of a collapsing economy and the steady erosion of the advertising dollars Tribune Co. thrived on,” writes Michael Oneal.

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