Published On: Wed, Oct 28th, 2015

Daily News could be for sale again soon

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Another round of intense cost-cutting moves is underway at the Daily News — and veteran industry observers say they believe the teetering tabloid will go back on the block early next year once the cost cutting is done.

Owner Mort Zuckerman and his team have opened talks with the drivers’ union over a contract that does not expire until March 31, 2017.

Read the full story at New York Post, by Keith J. Kelly

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