Thanks but no thanks?
McClatchy says its losing millions off papers that are bankrupt, but the Strib says it only owes $91k.
Star Tribune editors have been notably silent about the disappearance of long-time columnist Nick Coleman from their news pages. Does anyone actually know what's going on?
As Star Tribune owner Avista Capital Partners files Ch. 11 bankruptcy for the Minnesota newspaper, all of the bla ... More >>
The Star Tribune unions, being bullied by paper owner Avista Capital Partners, is taking their issue to the airwav ... More >>
We may have an answer.
The newspaper's lien value has plummeted over the past year, showing flagging investor confidence
In one of the least surprising developments in recent media history, Star Tribune publisher Chris Harte announced in a memo today that the company is seeking to sell its land holdings in downtown Minneapolis. The Strib's parent company, Avista Capitol Partners, owns roughly five city blocks.
Staffs gutted. Secrets stolen. A traitorous publisher forced to defend his actions in court. The future has never looked bleaker for the Star Tribune and the Pioneer Press.
Former U.S. Attorney Tom Heffelfinger wasn't that great a friend to Native Americans
The Pioneer Press accuses turncoat publisher Par Ridder of stealing company property and poaching top employees.
Will the departure of several prominent bylines hurt the paper's relationship with its readers?
Stribbers bide their time; the Guild gears up for a fight
In the Star Tribune newsroom, there's plenty of pissed to go around
Fifteen Star Tribune reporters look to the future of the paper
Pruitt's Folly, big-daily blues, and the invasion of the stripper-flippers
The news of the impending sale of the Star Tribune to the private equity group Avista Capital Partners has generated no small amount of schadenfreude among the newspaper's myriad critics. Na ... More >>