Pro Golf Manufacturing, Inc., manufactures and repairs golf equipment as well as gives golf lessons. On September 27, the Tribune Review newspaper published an article stating that several historic buildings, including the building housing Pro Golf’s business, were set for demolition. On February 18 of the following year, the Tribune Review published another newspaper article, stating that the building containing Pro Golf’s business had been demolished. However, the building containing Pro Golf’s business neither had been scheduled for demolition nor had been demolished. Pro Golf seeks to recover for the financial loss that these false publications caused. Explain which tort offers the best likelihood of recovery and what Pro Golf would have to prove to recover.
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