Star Tribune silent on its own pending demise
The Star Tribune's business page is awash in layoffs and businesses failing:
But there's one major local business' impending failure that the Strib remains strangely silent on: Its own.
As David Brauer points out, for a brief moment there was a story on the Star Tribune's website acknowledging that the union has rejected concessions, leading to a probably bankruptcy later this month. Then it disappeared. You can see the evidence here.
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