None, if you take Mr. Zell's words to heart. He told his Tribune Co. employees in June that "we're in the business of satisfying customers, and we will respond to what they say they want."...
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January 3, 2002 | 7:00 pm
The close of Todd Morgan's tenure as chairman of the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles could not have come at a more chaotic time: post-Sept. 11, with the umbrella outreach nonprofit still reeling from recent layoffs and its much publicized and scrutinized role in L.A.'s...
May 8, 1997 | 8:00 pmIt appears that The Jewish Journal, in its haste to publish an article about "doings" at the University of Judaism, was prepared to forgo a great deal of accuracy. Most of the information reported in "UJ Layoffs" (May 2) was incorrect, including the actual number of layoffs (fewer...
May 1, 1997 | 8:00 pmThe last days of the Passover holiday brought a shocking message to 14 faculty and staff members at the University of Judaism: They're laid off.
Among those whose contracts will not be renewed this June are Rabbi David Ackerman, associate dean of the Fingerhut School of Education;...