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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.
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?
McClatchy's chief dealmaker makes a tidy bonus McClatchy Co. will pay Chief Executive Gary Pruitt a bonus of $950,000 for 2006, bringing his total compensation package to $2.5 million, the Associated Press
Pruitt's Folly, big-daily blues, and the invasion of the stripper-flippers
Advertising production workers at the Star Tribune voted to unionize yesterday. The tally was 18-12 in favor of joining the Graphic Communications Conference of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 1-M.
The Strib puts the squeeze on production workers
At first blush, the McClatchy Company's announcement that it plans to sell off 12 Knight Ridder papers would seem to be good news for employees at the Saint Paul Pioneer Press. After all, McClatchy--which is parent company of the Star Tribune--would have scant motivation to invest in its long-time c ... More >>
McClatchy will subsequently sell 12 of the 32 Knight Ridder papers it is acquiring in the $4.5 billion deal, including the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Way back in November, when news first broke of a shareholder revolt at Knight Ridder, the Star Tribune rather forcefully poo-poohed the possibility that the Strib's parent company, McClatchy, might make a bid for the faltering newspaper chain. In the Twin Cities market, this was a matter of no trifl ... More >>
On Saturday, the Star Tribune posted a curious story about the uncertain future of its main rival, the St. Paul Pioneer Press. As noted in this space previously, speculation about the Pi Press is fully warranted, given the shareholder revolt at Knight Ridder.
The Star Tribune braces for redesign, panders to subliterate youth
Nick Coleman flees the Pioneer Press. The Star Tribune hires another lippy white guy.
Guild members at the Star Tribune worry about their contract and wonder about their editor
The specter of a newspaper strike looms in St. Paul --but no matter what happens, the Pioneer Press will never be the same
PI Press management plays chicken with its workforce
The grim reaper visits the St. Paul Pioneer Press
City planners want a piece of the light-rail action--and they're not thinking spare change
The Pioneer Press cedes control of pioneerplanet.com to the mother ship
After another round of record-setting revenues for its parent company, why is the Star Tribune being told to tighten its belt?
At the Twin Cities' local dailies, online journalism shakes up the newsroom
Star Tribune honchos pooh-pooh insinuations that they're at war with that other paper across the river. So why is the Strib stomping all around the PiPress's back yard?
Star Tribune union members fret as their parent company plays hardball in contract talks out West
After an exhaustive two-year study, the shocking truth is revealed: People don't trust the press
The Strib's new owners hire a publisher who fits their nice-guy image