Will the Toronto Star, Canada’s biggest newspaper, be in play on the stock market? The Globe and Mail’s Grant Robertson and Gordon Pitts examine that question in a piece about how some of the heirs of the family trust — the Thalls — plan to sell. Earlier, the TorStar had a (remarkably) small story about the issue.

Could the TorStar’s Atkinson Principles go the way of the once-vaunted independence of the Wall Street Journal? Hard to imagine. But until this summer, the very idea that the venerable Wall Street Journal could fall into the hands of global press baron Rupert Murdoch was unthinkable, preposterous even. 

Will the Toronto Star, Canada’s biggest newspaper, be in play on the stock market? The Globe and Mail’s Grant Robertson and Gordon Pitts examine that question in a piece about how some of the heirs of the family trust — the Thalls — plan to sell. Earlier, the TorStar had a (remarkably) small story about the issue.

Could the TorStar’s Atkinson Principles go the way of the once-vaunted independence of the Wall Street Journal? Hard to imagine. But until this summer, the very idea that the venerable Wall Street Journal could fall into the hands of global press baron Rupert Murdoch was unthinkable, preposterous even. 

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