HAS LARRY TISCH LOST HIS TOUCH? As president of CBS, the redoubtable billionaire has neither run the company nor managed its assets very well. Still, merger rumors have been making him even richer

Labich, Kenneth; Caminiti, Susan
February 1990
Fortune;2/26/1990, Vol. 121 Issue 5, p99
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