To the end of Time: the seduction and conquest of a media empire

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Simon & Schuster, 1993 - Business & Economics - 386 pages
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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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TO THE END OF TIME: The Seduction and Conquest of a Media Empire

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A thoughtful, thorough evaluation of the personalities and perceptions that led Time Inc. to join forces with Warner Communications. Clurman (a former Time insider) leaves little doubt that his ... Read full review

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Time Warner was born out of a merger between Time Inc. and Warner Communications, resulting in the creation of arguably the largest media conglomerate in the world. How did these two giants find their ... Read full review



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