Rupert Murdoch

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D.I. Fine, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages
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The author of Trump presents the true story ofder, Rupert Murdoch, who is the creator of a world-wide media empire. Tuccille provides a complete examination of Murdoch's power base, including accounting techniques, a biography and risk-taking tactics. Photographs.

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This biography of Murdoch paints a far more sympathetic picture of the media baron than other recent titles, including Thomas Kiernan's Citizen Murdoch ( LJ 10/15/86) and Michael Leapman's Arrogant ... Read full review

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Jerome Tuccille is the author of more than 25 books covering a wide range of topics. His biographies include Gallo Be Thy Name: The Inside Story of How a Secretive but Well-Connected Family Rose to Dominate the U.S. Wine Market; Alan Shrugged: Alan Greenspan, the World's Most Powerful Banker; Rupert Murdoch; Kingdom: The Story of the Hunts of Texas; and Trump. He has also written many financial books, among them The Optimists Guide to Making Money in the 1980s; Mind Over Money; and The New Tax Law and You. Tuccille has written or co-authored four novels, including Wall Street Blues, a thriller set in the financial world, and The Mission, a World War II espionage tale. Tuccille is a vice president of T. Rowe Price Investment Services, and he has worked in the investment area as a broker, financial writer, and supervisory analyst since 1975. From 1971 to 1973, the author taught at the New School for Social Research in New York City, and in 1974 he was a third-party candidate for Governor of New York.

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