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Tribune Media says it's pulling out of a proposed merger with Sinclair Broadcast Group while also announcing a $1 billion lawsuit against the conservative television company saying its "misconduct" torpedoed the deal.

How Tribune Media’s $3.9 Billion Merger With Sinclair Fell Apart

By David Folkenflik NPR
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