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Something Stinks About the Dallas Morning News' Position on Relocating Businessesnew

On March 26, The Dallas Morning News ran an unsigned editorial/op-ed column in its Sunday "Points" section suggesting the city resolve the problem of smelly rendering plants and unsightly scrap yards along the Trinity River downtown. The idea was painted as if it came from elected officials. But virtually all of the officials I contacted were opposed. Adamantly.
Dallas Observer  |  Jim Schutze  |  04-12-2010  |  Media

Two North Texas Daily Papers Have Reached a Partial Detentenew

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Dallas Morning News have begun sharing content, but the cooperation between competing media companies in the same media market is raising red flags. Some question whether the agreement may violate federal antitrust laws.
Fort Worth Weekly  |  Dan McGraw  |  01-08-2009  |  Media

Texas Begins Probe Into Dallas Dealingsnew

Dallas City Hall is investigated for some good old-fashioned corruption. Witnesses say it has oppressed legitimate businesses, solicited work for off-duty cops and pressured businesses into paying bribes.
Dallas Observer  |  Jim Schutze  |  06-06-2005  |  Politics

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