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Topps’ Eisner Mulling New Job?

The financially-troubled Tribune Company is looking at bringing in some new blood once it emerges from bankruptcy protection and one of the names being discussed, according to the L.A. Times, is Michael Eisner.

The former Disney chief took over the Topps Company three years ago.

Eisner, who has been an investor in digital media since stepping down from Disney in 2005, is among those being considered to replace  Sam Zell as chairman of what would be a reorganized company.

The Tribune Company owns the Times as well as the Chicago Tribune and nearly two dozen television stations around the country.

Does it make sense?

Maybe, according to this column at OneNewsPage.com.

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  1. A very interesting choice of potential CEO’s. However, given the long drawn out process this who situation has been going through, I would count on anything just yet. The Tribune buyout from Sam Zell was a messed up deal from day 1.

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