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Md. makes strides towards government transparency

Maryland made strides toward getting more of its government information easily accessible to the public during the last General Assembly session, but transparency advocates say there is still a long way for the state to go. “There is always room ...

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Zell attorney objects to Tribune bankruptcy plans

WILMINGTON, Del. — An attorney for billionaire developer Sam Zell, who engineered a buyout that left Tribune Co. saddled with debt, says proposals to reorganize the media company’s finances aren’t fair to his client. Attorney David Bradford says the proposals ...

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Hearing resumes on Tribune reorganization plans

WILMINGTON, Del. — A Delaware bankruptcy judge has resumed a hearing to determine whether he should approve Tribune Co.’s proposed reorganization plan. Tribune owns the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, other newspapers and several radio and TV stations. It sought ...

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Maryland propane distributors facing regulation (access required)

Propane distributors in Maryland might find themselves in a regulated industry for the first time since the early 1990s, with the Maryland Public Service Commission opening hearings to see if there is enough competition to support continued deregulation. The PSC ...

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Attorneys argue merits of Tribune reorganization plans

WILMINGTON, Del.— Attorneys for Tribune Co. and a rival group of creditors argued the merits of their competing reorganization plans for the media conglomerate Monday before a Delaware bankruptcy judge who must decide whether either one passes muster. Judge Kevin ...

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Tribune creditors seek buyout info

WILMINGTON, Del. — Attorneys for creditors who oppose the Tribune Co.’s proposed reorganization plan are seeking more information related to the 2007 leveraged buyout that left the media conglomerate saddled with debt. A Delaware bankruptcy judge convened a hearing Monday ...

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