Paper Losses -- The Twenty-Five Year Struggle
Two newspapers -- the Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press -- battled
for dominance for a quarter of a century. When The News succumbed to a
takeover bid by Gannett News, the battle ended. The terms of that armistice
pose their own questions. Journalist Bryan Gruley, Washington correspondent
for the Detroit News and author of the book "Paper Losses," examines the
legal and ethical aspects of corporate behavior and antitrust legislation
raised in this controversy.
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