- William Randolph,1863–1951, U.S. editor and publisher.
- his sonWilliam Randolph, Jr.,1908–1993, U.S. publisher and editor.
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Examples from the Web for hearst
Hearst is to be released from prison and is planning to marry.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days
December 13, 2014
According to media reports, Amazon, 21st Century Fox, Hearst, and Condé Nast are all vying to acquire StyleHaul.Inside StyleHaul, the Largest Fashion Network on YouTube You’ve Never Heard Of
August 24, 2014
Michael Clinton, president of marketing at Hearst, just ran a marathon in Antarctica.Joanna Coles: Why Cosmopolitan Does Sexy and Serious So Well
August 22, 2014
In any event, her efforts to apologize and/or clarify were dismissed as not enough, and she resigned from Hearst.Helen Thomas, a Relentless White House Reporter With a Softer Side
July 22, 2013
She noted that the decision contradicted an earlier ruling that denied Hearst Magazines interns from forming a class.Unpaid Internships on ‘Black Swan’ Violated the Law. So Are They Dead?
June 13, 2013
Hearst would offer the pick of his newspapers to any reporter who could rescue her.The Shriek
Mr. Hearst said they might stay out; they must come in at his prices or not at all.
If Mr. Hearst has soul enough and heart enough he may do it.
Mr. Hearst died about this time and it was feared a sale would not be made.
Bell and Stephens wanted to sell and the Hearst heirs were interested.
- William Randolph. 1863–1951, US newspaper publisher, whose newspapers were noted for their sensationalism
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