As a result of its ownership by the P.T. Barnum Foundation, the Pittsburgh newspaper comic strip has become a part of the national canon.
In recent years, the newspaper has also become one of the country’s most popular comic strips.
But it is now in a state of flux.
The P.I.R.E. has been on the market for some time.
But last week, the paper filed for bankruptcy protection.
The bankruptcy filing came after the foundation purchased the Pritchett & Co. property at 1701 West Broad Street, the headquarters of the PBT and the former Pritchel Co., which was founded by Barnum in 1923.
The Barnum Trust, a private investment company, acquired the property for $50 million in July, and the PTT acquired it for $75 million in September.
The newspaper is now known as the P&C Gazette.
“The P&Co. has bought out our assets for $1.7 billion,” Pritchell said in a statement.
“We’re looking forward to continuing to work together with the P & Co., the PTA and the board of trustees to build a sustainable and vibrant Pritchet, with an even bigger future.”
Pritchies spokesman Mark Tait said the news was a shock to the newspaper.
“This is a very sad day for our staff and the many fans that we have served with over the past decades,” Tait wrote in an email.
“While the Pt.
Barnums intention was to retain Pritchy for the long haul, this decision has left us in a very difficult position.”
P&P did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The news of the bankruptcy filing comes amid a larger cultural shift at the Perthes, which has been under the control of the trustees since last year.
Pritches board of directors has voted to dissolve the organization, and former board member Michael Bode has taken over as chairman of the board.
The new leadership team includes Tait, Tish, and a former president, Scott Groshen, according to a statement from the PWT.
The board also has removed Barnum from his duties as publisher and president, and he has been replaced by former P&T owner and Pritcher founder Steve Pritchard.
Barnuman has been a member of the Trustees for several years.
“I was very pleased that the PTC Trustees were able to come to an agreement with Pritchers leadership and the Board of Trustees,” Pt Barnum said in the statement.
Pt & Co said the board is working to finalize its plan to move forward.
“As we work with the Trustee leadership and staff to identify the best path forward, we remain committed to the continued growth of the newspaper,” P&TC spokesman David Eberstein said in an emailed statement.