Thursday, January 22, 2009

Tribune Co. Files With SEC So It Can Stop Filing With SEC

Tribune Co., which went private more than a year ago and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection six weeks ago, said Thursday that it filed a "Form 15" document with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The filing will have the effect of "deregistering" the Chicago media company's debt securities and will release the company from its obligation to file such regulatory documents as the 10-K annual report and the 10-Q quarterly report. [Click for MORE]

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