|Born||July 14, 1963|
Phil Rosenthal (born July 14, 1963) is a lead business columnist for the Chicago Tribune. He joined the newspaper as its media columnist in early 2005, and was promoted in June 2011. He had previously worked for the Chicago Sun-Times, Los Angeles Daily News, The Capital Times of Madison, Wisconsin, and the News Sun of Waukegan, Illinois.
Rosenthal was born in Chicago and grew up in Lake Bluff, Illinois. He is a graduate of Lake Forest High School (Illinois) and the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He has been chairman of the UW-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication's Board of Visitors.
Lake Bluff's Rosenthal Field is named for Rosenthal's late father, a former youth baseball coach and elementary school board member. Rosenthal's mother was once Lake Bluff's village clerk and served on the local high school board.
- Rosenthal's recent Chicago Tribune columns
- Rosenthal's Tribune bio
- Rosenthal's inactive Tower Ticker media blog for the Chicago Tribune
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