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Tronc's acquisition of the New York Daily News brings the Chicago company back to New York. The former Tribune Publishing owned the paper until the early 1990s.
There had been rumblings that Fox would opt to sign a new agreement in a joint venture with Ion Media.
David Smith, Sinclair's chairman, and largest shareholder, is said to be an admirer of Steve Bannon.
Sinclair Broadcast's proposed acquisition of Tribune Media has sparked opposition from industry groups across the political spectrum.
As the daily newspaper industry looks to survive, megaclustering -- gathering of multiple, adjacent dailies into one operation -- becomes a model. Antitrust law changes could put it into hyperdrive.
The table is set for a surge in media consolidation, says Ropes & Gray's Paul Scrivano.
S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq finish at record highs.
S&P 500 and Nasdaq at record highs.
S&P 500 and Nasdaq at record highs.
Tronc shares were slipping on Thursday after the publisher of the Chicago Tribune came up short in its quest to acquire the rival Chicago Sun-Times.
Chicago's Sun-Times, which has struggled to reverse declining circulation and advertising sales, nevertheless could be the object of a bidding war, as a Edwin Eisendrath-headed group has offered $15 million.
As rules on station ownership have loosened, Tegna is the biggest potential target around.
Reinstating the 'UHF discount' will allow Sinclair to buy Tribune's TV stations.
Cable news networks were already having a banner time the last two years. And then came Comey v. Trump.
21st Century Fox misses on projected earnings for its third quarter as it suffers from the same kinds of ad sales declines hitting cable TV networks at Disney and NBCUniversal.
The Oracle of Omaha believes in the future of U.S. business, says Jim Cramer. Plus, Buffett can admit his mistakes and we can learn from that.
Volatility sinks to its lowest level since Bill Clinton held the Oval Office, making for a listless and lethargic beginning to the new week.
Stocks are slightly lower again Monday afternoon as volatility hits its lowest level since the early 1990s.
Stocks creep lower to begin the new week even as Emmanuel Macron's victory in the French election brought certainty to global markets.
Sinclair-Tribune Media and Coach-Kate Spade verify that stocks may be cheaper than we think.
Stocks creep lower on Monday after centrist Emmanuel Macron wins the French election, a result that was widely expected.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Monday's trending stocks including Coach COH, Sinclair SBGI, Charter Communications CHTR, Comcast CMCSA, Disney DIS and Nvidia NVDA.
Sinclair Broadcasting, known for its conservative politics, plans to acquire the WGN owner in a cash-and-stock transaction worth $43.50 per share, or $6.6 billion including debt.
Sinclair Broadcasting is said to be near a deal to buy Tribune Media.
The FCC relaxed its media consolidation rules last month.
The global stock rally that started after the French Presidential election is fizzling.
U.S. stock futures slip Monday and European shares are mixed after an historic win for pro-Europe candidate Emmanuel Macron in France's presidential election runoff on Sunday.
As one Fox general after another retires -- under pressure -- from the TV battlefield, it's always the Murdoch lieutenants who move safely into place.
Wall Street ended its first session of May mostly higher as tech stocks boosted the Nasdaq and a congressional funding deal brought relief to the S&P 500.
Stocks are mostly higher on Monday after congressional leaders reach a deal to fund the federal government through the rest of the budget year.
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