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Newspaperman : inside the news business at the Wall Street journal

Author: Warren Phillips
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The captivating story of former Wall Street Journal publisher Warren Phillips's rise to the top Newspaperman is at once a fascinating narrative of one man's journey through the newspaper business and an expert analysis of how the news is made.
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Autobiographical fiction
Autobiographies
Named Person: Warren Phillips; Warren Phillips; Warren Phillips; Warren Phillips
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Warren Phillips
ISBN: 9780071776905 0071776907
OCLC Number: 717299585
Description: xviii, 316 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Youth --
Early boyhood --
The innocent years --
Innocence lost --
College and army --
Newsroom apprentice --
2. Reporter --
Germany --
Greece and turkey --
England --
Barbara and the London good life --
Spain, Churchill, and married life --
Foreign editor --
To Chicago with a growing family --
3. Editor --
Managing editor --
Reporters, readers, and the pursuit of trust --
The early sixties --
Storms and other not-so-carefree days at sea --
Executive editor --
Asian beachheads --
Journalistic pals and working lunches --
News and editorials: setting the course --
4. Publisher --
China --
Pioneering the sky, diversifying the corporation --
Four dauntless Phillips women --
European beachheads --
Publisher pals --
Women on the battlements: the fight for equality --
Managing growth: the Halcyon years --
A public trust and a betrayal --
The digital age --
Russia --
The Middle East --
Winding down --
Bridge works: two second careers.
Responsibility: Warren H. Phillips.

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