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By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - A lawyer representing The News-Journal
Corp. says the newspaper company might consider bankruptcy to keep
the publication in operation.

The company has hired a lawyer to look into reorganizing its
debt as a way to break away from minority partner Cox Enterprises.

Bruce A. Hanna, who represents the newspaper, told a federal
judge Thursday that the strategy could "potentially allow The
News-Journal to continue operating, thereby saving several hundred

Atlanta-based Cox owns nearly half of the News-Journal and had
sued the newspaper's board of directors, accusing it of wasting $13
million for naming rights to a community arts center in Daytona

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