Zell’s request is couched as an objection to the reports creditors will see when they get their ballots to vote on the four competing reorganization proposals for the newspaper publisher and broadcaster. Before the ballots go out, Judge Kevin Carey must find the materials describing the various Chapter 11 plans to the voters contain “adequate information.”
Zell’s objection says it’s not adequate to tell creditors that Tribune’s banks and bondholders and trade creditors all want to sue him. It will only be adequate to tell them that if they sue, they will lose, in the opinion of Zell’s attorneys.
CafeMom is looking for a Freelance Writer, The Stir. next job NY Daily News is looking for a Entertainment/Gossip Writer. next job Mediabistro is looking for a Editor, TVNewser. next job SundaySky is looking for a Creative Director. next job Bloomberg LP is looking for a Finance Team Editor. next job Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. is looking for a Marketing Brand Manager. next job Redux Pictures is looking for a Commercial Photography Representative. next job Adweek is looking for a Director, Ad Operations and Programmatic Revenue. next job Evyn Block Communications is looking for a Account Executive/Senior Account Executive. next job German National Tourist Office is looking for a Public Relations Manager North America. see all