The Deal from Hell: How Moguls and Wall Street Plundered Great American Newspapers

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THE DEAL FROM
HELL

HOW MOGULS AND WALL STREET
PLUNDERED GREAT
AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS

JAMES O’SHEA


PublicAffairs
NEW YORK

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The Deal from Hell: How Moguls and Wall Street Plundered Great American Newspapers
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Praise for the Deal from Hell *
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction- The Merger 1
  • 1- Beginnings- Des Moines 15
  • 2- Across the Street 27
  • 3- Otis Chandler’s Legacy 43
  • 4- Twilight 55
  • 5- The New Order 69
  • 6- The Cereal Killer 85
  • 7- His Seat on the Dais 105
  • 8- Inside the Merger 123
  • 9- Making News 135
  • 10- A Changing Landscape 149
  • 11- Market-Driven Journalism 163
  • 12- Buy the Numbers 181
  • 13- Count Kern 201
  • 14- Civil War 219
  • 15- Up against a Saint and a Dead Man 231
  • 16- Before the Fall 253
  • 17- The Penguin Parable 269
  • 18- Closing the Deal 293
  • 19- Zell Hell 309
  • Epilogue 333
  • Acknowledgments 351
  • Notes 353
  • Index 381
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