Other current Newsday relationships:
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Newsday past relationships:
Stanley Asimov (deceased) - assistant managing editor
Jimmy Breslin (deceased) - columnist
Cablevision Systems Corporation - acquirer
Gail Collins - columnist
Carol Eisenberg - reporter
Ken Fireman - Washington correspondent
Josh Friedman - reporter
Robert W. Greene (deceased) - reporter and editor
Harry Frank Guggenheim (deceased) - co-founder
Rita Hall - artist
Timothy P. Knight - publisher, president & CEO
Jared Kushner - potential bidder
David Laventhol (deceased) - publisher & CEO
Gordon McLeod - publisher
Bill Moyers - publisher
K. Rupert Murdoch - potential bidder
New York Newsday - publication
Susan Page - correspondent
J. Jioni Palmer - reporter
Alicia Patterson (deceased) - co-founder
Liz Smith (deceased) - columnist
Mark Toor - editor
Tribune Media Co. - subsidiary
Mortimer B. Zuckerman - potential bidder
Muckety news stories featuring Newsday
Tribune Company creditors - including investment banks that are owed $8.6 billion - are working on a reorganization that will shove Sam Zell out the door.
August 16, 2009
A Long-Island-based suitor with deep pockets, but no newspaper experience, has emerged the surprise winner in the bidding war for Newsday, the Long Island tabloid put up for sale by the debt-ridden Tribune Company.
May 12, 2008
How is the aviation pioneer, accused of being a Nazi sympathizer, connected to the Jewish newspaper mogul?
April 30, 2008
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has agreed in principle to pay $580 million for Newsday in a deal with the Chicago-based Tribune Co. that would reshape the New York City tabloid world.
April 22, 2008
A fourth suitor may join the bidding war over Newsday, the suburban tabloid put on the auction block by the financially-beleaguered Tribune Company.
April 2, 2008
Tribune Company owner Sam Zell may be entertaining bids for Newsday, the company's Long Island paper, amid mounting financial pressures.
March 20, 2008