The fanciest dive: what happened when the media empire of TIME/LIFE leaped without looking into the age of high-tech

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New American Library, Apr 1, 1987 - Fiction - 280 pages
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Over the years Time, Inc. has had unrivaled success developing new magazines. Thus the communications industry was shocked when, in 1983, the company launched a short-lived dud called TV-Cable Week ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
11
A Most Boring Goddamn Resume
19
A Visit to the Sink Hole
33
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Christopher Byron is a contributing editor & featured financial columnist for "Playboy," "The New York Observer," & MSNBC. His writing has appeared in "The Wall Street Journal," the "Los Angeles Times," "Money," "Worth," "Esquire," & "George." He was formerly at "Forbes," & an editor & correspondent at "Time." He is a frequent guest on CNBC-TV & has also appeared on "Today" & "Larry King Live." He is the host of the radio program, "High Noon on Wall Street with Chris Byron," which is distributed globally by MSNBC.com & heard live daily on the Internet. He lives in Weston, Connecticut.