Liguori and the Board of Directors also thanked Hartenstein for his leadership of the company during its recently completed Chapter 11 process.
"Tribune was fortunate to have Eddy guiding it through bankruptcy—his commitment to keeping operations on track, the businesses focused and employees energized, was exactly what the company needed," said Karsh. "I am very pleased that Eddy will be staying with Tribune and The Times."
Hartenstein said, "I'm pleased that the Chapter 11 process is complete and we can all turn our full attention to growing our business and making this company as successful as possible."
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