The Inestimable Value of Family Ownership

Jones, Alex S.
September 1999
Nieman Reports;Fall99, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p63
Discusses the loss of independent decision-making as corporate newspaper ownership increases. Newspaper business of the Sulzberger family as an example; View of Arthur Sulzberger in running such family-owned business.


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