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Detroit Free Press Inc.

Self Description

April 2003: "The Freep is the daily online edition of the Detroit Free Press.

The Freep offers most, but not all, of the stories published each day in the printed newspaper, along with added content and audio. "
"1,702,500 readers in the Metro Detroit area on Sunday as well as readers all over the state.

1,154,700 readers in the Metro Detroit area daily. "

Third-Party Descriptions


RoleNameTypeLast Updated
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Detroit Free Press Source
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Mitch Albom Person
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Sheryl Kennedy Person
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Tina Lam Person
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Tara Ransom Person

Articles and Resources

Date Resource Read it at:
Jun 27, 2005 GM won't let execs trade stock

QUOTE: The ban is intended to prevent GM insiders from inadvertently engaging in illegal insider trading based on information that is not publicly available.

Nov 12, 2003 Parents of teen who set school ablaze billed; $715,000 tab stirs liability questions

QUOTE: ...parents of a teen who set fire to Howell High School last year must pay $715,000 in restitution is raising questions about the limits of parental liability in criminal cases.

Detroit Free Press
Oct 25, 2003 Guardian system overrun by abuse: People lose their rights quickly and without necessity, report says

QUOTE: ...a state audit of five probate courts, released Friday, found widespread abuses by court-appointed conservators entrusted with the finances of young, elderly and disabled people.

Detroit Free Press
Feb 03, 2003 Action sought on polluted Detroit smelter site

QUOTE: ...spewed toxic lead dust in the area for two decades....Based on just seven samples taken nearby, the EPA said no neighborhood cleanup was needed.

Detroit Free Press
Apr 19, 2002 Officials Are Told to Keep Detainee Information Secret

QUOTE: The Bush administration ordered state and local officials today not to release information about immigration detainees even as the government lost a crucial related battle in federal appeals court.

New York Times
Aug 06, 2001 Alabama's Ten Commandments: Why there should be a wall between church and state

QUOTE: Any Hindu, Buddhist or atheist entering the Alabama Judicial Building could rightly be squeamish upon seeing the words "I am the Lord, your God" or "Honor the Sabbath and keep it holy." [Ten Commandments]