Sunday, April 10, 2005
Factual errors and misrepresentations
The LA Times has received the short end of the stick in virtually every situation in the past few years, and now GM has decided to pull their advertising due to some content of the newspaper.
General Motors Corp. says it will stop advertising in the Los Angeles Times, at least temporarily, because of dealer concerns over "factual errors and misrepresentations" in the newspaper's articles and editorials.
The newspaper, which is owned by Tribune Co., will review coverage that prompted the complaints from the world's largest automaker, said Times spokesman David Garcia.