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Tribune Media Shares Rise After It Closes Three Real Estate Deals

Tribune Media investors breathed a sigh of relief today as the company announced that it has closed three previously announced deals to sell some high-profile real estate properties, ringing up $430 million. The price tag for Chicago’s Tribune Tower, Los Angeles Times Square (North Block) and Olympic Plant could rise to $475 million with potential contingent payments. Tribune expects $33
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