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Feuding owners of Philadelphia's two largest newspapers must dissolve the company in Delaware, where they incorporated two years ago, a judge has ruled.
After another tumultuous year on the job, frustrated workers at Philadelphia's two largest newspapers vowed Monday to bid against feuding owners if the company again goes on the auction block.
The union representing journalists at Philadelphia's two major newspapers said Thursday that it will bargain a new contract to help prevent the troubled company from being liquidated.
The company that operates Philadelphia's two largest newspapers is up for sale again, less than a year and a half after creditors took them over, according to a published report.