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- Chatham Hedge Fund Has the Winning Bid for McClatchy Newspapers
The family-owned publisher
of The Sacramento Bee and The Miami Herald announced the winner of its bankruptcy sale: Chatham Asset Management, the owner of The National Enquirer.
New York Times. Sunday, 12 Jul 2020.
- Patel bullying inquiry must be published 'immediately' - Labour
The delay in publishing
the findings of the investigation, launched in March, is labelled "unacceptable".
BBC News. Saturday, 11 Jul 2020.
- New European owner Archant gives short deadline to bidders
of the anti-Brexit newspaper The New European has asked bidders to table offers before the end of next week as it races to secure new funding amid an industry-wide crisis.
Sky News. Friday, 10 Jul 2020.
- Hedge Funds Duel in Bankruptcy Court Over McClatchy Newspapers
Alden Global Capital faced off against a pair of rivals trying to win the publisher
of The Sacramento Bee and more than two dozen other papers.
New York Times. Thursday, 9 Jul 2020.
- Meghan Markle asks British court to prevent newspaper from revealing identities of friends who defended her
Meghan Markle asked a British court to order a newspaper to refrain from publishing
the names of five friends who previously defended her in a U.S. magazine on the condition of anonymity.
Fox News. Thursday, 9 Jul 2020.
- Meghan tries to stop Mail on Sunday from naming five of her friends for 'clickbait' in court battle
The Duchess of Sussex has applied to the High Court to stop The Mail and Mail on Sunday from being able to reveal the names of five of her friends in her ongoing lawsuit against the papers' publisher, according to a source close to Meghan.
Sky News. Thursday, 9 Jul 2020.
- Russian Publisher, Activist Verzilov Detained Again
Activist Pyotr Verzilov, a founding member of the protest music group Pussy Riot and publisher
of independent Mediazona website, has been detained again, two days after finishing a 15-day jail sentence for swearing.
Radio Liberty. Wednesday, 8 Jul 2020.
- Mary Trump's Book Offers Scathing Portrayal of President
Simon & Schuster announced they would be publishing
the book two weeks early, on July 14, citing "extraordinary interest.
Voice of America. Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020.
- How Northern Publishers Cashed In on Fundraising for Confederate Monuments
In the years after the Civil War, printmakers in New York and elsewhere abetted the Lost Cause movement by selling images of false idols
Smithsonian. Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020.
- David Walliams' book publisher says 'racist' character is WHITE
HarperCollins responded by saying Jack Monroe's tweets were factually inaccurate. They said the character Monroe claims has 'racist undertones' because of her 'big frizzy hair' is actually white.
Daily Mail. Monday, 6 Jul 2020.
- David Walliams' book publisher says derided character is WHITE
HarperCollins responded to the thread and said that Jack Monroe's tweets are factually inaccurate because the character she claimed had racial undertones is actually white.
Daily Mail. Monday, 6 Jul 2020.
- Mary Trump tell-all book will be released two weeks early amid court fight
of a forthcoming tell-all book about President Donald Trump and his family by his niece Mary Trump on Monday said it was advancing the date of the book's publication by two weeks, to July 14.
CNBC. Monday, 6 Jul 2020.
- Meghan Markle felt 'unprotected' by royal family during pregnancy, was advised not to speak out: court docs
More details have emerged about the rift between Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and the royal family based on court documents filed in the Duchess of Sussex's ongoing court battle against a British publisher
Fox News. Thursday, 2 Jul 2020.
- Court papers: Meghan Markle felt 'unprotected' by royal family during her pregnancy
Meghan Markle is seeking damages from the Mail on Sunday's publisher
for alleged misuse of private information, breach of privacy and copyright infringement.
ABC News. Thursday, 2 Jul 2020.
- Appeals Court Lifts Restraint Against Trump Book Publisher
Ruling clears way for distribution of tell-all book by President Donald Trump's niece over objections of president's brother.
Voice of America. Thursday, 2 Jul 2020.
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