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LOS ANGELES — The owner of the Los Angeles Times is in talks to sell the newspaper to a billionaire medical entrepreneur. Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, a major shareholder of parent company Tronc Inc., would pay $500 million for the newspaper and the San Diego Union-Tribune, a person with knowledge ...
It's a one-joke adventure-comedy, but that joke works thanks to the way it's played. | out of 4 stars. By Katie Walsh Tribune News Service. December 19, 2017 — 11:02am. itemprop. Frank Masi • Columbia Pictures Karen Gillan, Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart star in “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.” Text size.

GOP's Jeff Johnson, DFL's Tim Walz get wins in caucus tests ..... Los Angeles Times sold to local billionaire for $500 million. A billionaire doctor struck a $500 million deal Wednesday to buy the Los Angeles Times, ending the paper's quarrelsome relationship with its Chicago-based corporate overseers and ...
The successful formation of a union at the Los Angeles Times would have been largely unimaginable in the last century. From 1960 to 1980, the Times was a totem of West Coast journalism that had been built up into a journalistic force by the aspirations of Otis Chandler, the golden boy heir to one of the ...
Revenue is growing at a rate of about 4 percent per year, says Publisher Jeff Johnson. That's at a time when ... But its reputation for serious journalism was never on par with that of the other major papers in the state, chiefly the Los Angeles Times and the San Jose Mercury News. “I think it was overstated ...
The city of Starke is investigating claims of officers double-dipping by billing taxpayers while off-duty at a second job. The contract between the Vystar Credit Union and the Starke Police Department states officers are paid $25 per hour for security, and are "performing off-duty secondary employment." ...

City Councilman Jeff Johnson said that while "the community is in full agreement" over the firing of Loehmann, he was disappointed that it wasn't because of the killing. "It's still a feeling that justice has not totally been done in this case. … It's like an open sore, and this is not going to help it fully." At a news ...
Alena, 45, homeless after being laid off from her job as an administrative assistant, above the 101 freeway in downtown Los Angeles on December 23, 2015. (Los Angeles Times). Jeff Johnson served in the military for six years and then moved to Washington, D.C., where he found work in the construction ...
... at a rate of about 4 percent per year, says Publisher Jeff Johnson. ... Johnson, a former publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times, has ...
... people away, but now that people have insurance, there's a lot more people that have found a medical home,” said Jeff Johnson, of Auburn, ...

Paul Steiger, who had mentored Baron at the L.A. Times and was by then ... 2 at Baron's old stomping ground, the Los Angeles Times.
City Councilman Jeff Johnson said that while “the community is in full agreement” over the firing of Loehmann, he was disappointed that it ...
Nearly all the polls (although not the USC/L.A. Times survey) had Hillary Clinton heading to the White House. So Trump's victory hit like a ...
Denise Aken once ran a boarding house, caring for tenants in Anaheim. But job loss and illness sent her to the streets around Santa Ana's Civic ...
Jeff Johnson served in the military for six years and then moved to Washington, D.C., where he found work in the construction industry.
City Councilman Jeff Johnson, who is hopeful that Brelo will be fired after the department completes its internal review of the shooting, said the ...
City Councilman Jeff Johnson said the sight of so many police officers taking the stand and saying nothing has only deepened residents' ...
Jeff Johnson at the San Francisco Chronicle was recognized for transforming the newspaper into a local media company "driven by strong investments in people and products coupled with a culture of positive change in all areas of the organization ...
Jeff Johnson served in the military for six years and then moved to Washington, D.C., where he found work in the construction industry.
He told the L.A. Times, "I came in with a pretty bold agenda, and for the most part I feel I've accomplished that." "Hello!


 

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