To the end of Time: the seduction and conquest of a media empire
An insider's account of big business, big egos, and big mistakes. Clurman exposes the self-serving Time, Inc. team who were dazzled by Warner's Steve Ross' deal-making techniques. This depiction of Ross is a compelling portrait of power in corporate America. Photos.
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