How Hearst Newspapers Became the Leader in Its Peer Group

by Tom Grubisich
The Hearst Newspapers of 2015 bears little resemblance to the nationwide chain that press baron William Randolph Hearst assembled starting in 1895. Long gone is the New York Journal with its exclamatory headlines, and gone, too, are nameplates in other major cities, like Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, and Los Angeles. There are fewer Hearst dailies now — 15 vs.Read the full article