Michael Clinton, president of marketing at Hearst, just ran a marathon in Antarctica.
But what a flawed hero is our Rupert.Like Hearst, he was never a pioneer or much of an innovator as a newspaper publisher.
In any event, her efforts to apologize and/or clarify were dismissed as not enough, and she resigned from Hearst.
His boss, Will Hearst, had become a good friend and was a generous employer.
New Hearst newspapers president Steve Swartz announces Hearst papers will charge for some content.
Nevertheless, Mr. Hearst is far and away the most promising journalist whom I have yet come across.
Hearst would offer the pick of his newspapers to any reporter who could rescue her.
But although the Hearst newspapers argued most persuasively on behalf of this course it did not prevail.
Mr. Hearst died about this time and it was feared a sale would not be made.
Out in the Bay, we had with us a reporter for the Hearst papers.