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United States newspaper publisher whose introduction of large headlines and sensational reporting changed American journalism (1863-1951)

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Fifty film fans had the opportunity to watch Welles' 1941 groundbreaking film partly based on the late William Randolph Hearst at the media tycoon's own private theater at Hearst Castle, a concession the magnate would probably not have made.
Doerfler, whose career at Hearst Corporation spanned 15 years, had responsibility for Hearst's finance and accounting activities, and also oversaw Hearst's New York real estate holdings.
Deems, a longtime force in the publishing industry, joined Hearst in 1939 and had been a trustee since 1966.
The deal with Hearst comes with an option that will allow it to purchase the commercial components for $95 million--an acquisition opportunity that sources say it will likely exercise at some point during the term of the lease.
a well-known Hearst contractor that has come aboard as an equity partner.
Stone doesn't even bother to interview Hearst, figuring she has told her story enough and, besides, she's not all that interesting anyway.
A comparison with Howard Hughes is not invidious in the context of a life which began with a rough and tumble father, a miner who made it to the Senate via the gift of the gab and a doting mother on another social level, Phoebe Apperson Hearst, who kept tight control of the family fortunes until her son was in his mid 50s.
when asked for comment on the announcement of Bennack's planned retirement as president and chief executive officer of the Hearst Corp.
As for content, this timid tome, which bills itself as a firsthand peek at Hearst Sr.
NEW YORK -- Hearst Corporation announced today that it intends to make a tender offer for all of the outstanding shares of Series A Common Stock of Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc.
Hearst III has been elected a testamentary trustee of the trust established under the will of William Randolph Hearst.
NEW YORK, June 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Hearst-Argyle Television ("Hearst-Argyle") announced today that it has been informed by Hearst Corporation ("Hearst") that Hearst will purchase all of the shares validly tendered in response to Hearst's tender offer for the shares of Series A Common Stock of Hearst-Argyle not already owned by Hearst.
The spectacular Hearst Tower has become just the second office building in New York City to be given a gold star for its "green" status.
The towns of Hearst and Kapuskasing are drawing up economic development road maps to attract new investment and diversify their forestry-dependent economies.
According to this version of it, the guests of the middle-age newspaper baron (played by a perfectly cast Edward Herrmann) and his lively young mistress Marion Davies (Kirsten Dunst, divinely up to the sparkling challenge) included Charlie Chaplin (Eddie Izzard, employing a strange, mid-Atlantic accent), pioneer movie producer Thomas Ince (Cary Elwes), arch British novelist Elinor Glyn (Joanna Lumley), who also provides some epigrammatic narration, and clueless but ambitious Hearst employee and would-be gossip columnist Louella Parsons (Jennifer Tilly).