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11选5前三组选经验Steven R. Swartz
President & CEO, Hearst
11选5前三组选经验"Since our founding by William Randolph Hearst with his first newspaper acquisition in 1887, we have striven for a higher standard, operating good businesses that also do a significant amount of good."
Steven R. Swartz
President & CEO, Hearst
Steven R. Swartz became president and chief executive officer of Hearst, one of the nation’s largest diversified media, information and services companies, on June 1, 2013, having worked for the company for more than 20 years and served as its chief operating officer since 2011.
Hearst’s major interests include ownership in cable television networks such as A&E, HISTORY, Lifetime and ESPN; global financial services leader Fitch Group; Hearst Health, a group of medical information and services businesses; transportation assets including CAMP Systems International, a major provider of software-as-a-service solutions for managing maintenance of jets and helicopters; 33 television stations such as WCVB-TV in Boston, Massachusetts, and KCRA-TV in Sacramento, California, which reach a combined 19 percent of U.S. viewers; newspapers such as the Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle and Albany Times Union, more than 300 magazines around the world including Cosmopolitan, ELLE, Men’s Health and Car and Driver; digital services businesses such as iCrossing and KUBRA; and investments in emerging digital entertainment companies such as Complex Networks.
11选5前三组选经验Swartz, 58, is a member of the Hearst board of directors, a trustee of the Hearst Family Trust and a director of the Hearst Foundations.
He was president of Hearst Newspapers from 2009 to 2011 and executive vice president from 2001 to 2008. From 1995 to 2000, Swartz was president and chief executive of SmartMoney, a magazine venture launched by Hearst and The Wall Street Journal in 1991 with Swartz as founding editor. Under his leadership, SmartMoney magazine won two National Magazine Awards and was Advertising Age’s Magazine of the Year.
Swartz began his career in 1984 as a reporter with The Wall Street Journal after graduating from Harvard. He served as an editor on the Journal’s Page One staff from 1989 to 1991.
11选5前三组选经验Swartz is chairman of the Associated Press and co-chairman of the Partnership for New York City. He is a vice chairman of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, where he also chairs the budget and finance committee. He is chairman of the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund and also co-chair of the nominating and governance committee of the Lincoln Center board. He is a member of the board of directors of ESPN and is a member of the Business Roundtable.
William R. Hearst III is chairman of the board of Hearst, one of the nation’s largest diversified media and information companies. Hearst is a grandson of company founder William Randolph Hearst.
11选5前三组选经验The company’s major interests include magazine, newspaper and business publishing, cable networks, television and radio broadcasting, digital businesses, TV production and distribution, newspaper features distribution, business information and real estate.
11选5前三组选经验William Hearst has been a director of Hearst for more than 30 years and is a testamentary trustee under the will of William Randolph Hearst. He is president of the William Randolph Hearst Foundation and director of the Hearst Foundation, having been actively engaged in the charitable activities and programs of the Hearst Foundations for the last 20 years.
Hearst is also a partner emeritus at the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Prior to joining KPCB in 1995, he served for 10 years as editor and publisher of the San Francisco Examiner, which was then owned by Hearst. Hearst began his career with the Examiner in 1972 as a reporter and assistant city editor. He moved on to Outside magazine but subsequently rejoined Hearst, first at the Los Angeles Herald Examiner11选5前三组选经验 and later as vice president of Hearst Cable Communications.
11选5前三组选经验In addition to the board of directors of Hearst, he serves on the boards of numerous organizations, including Carnegie Institution for Science, University High School, FORA.tv and the San Francisco Film Society. Hearst is a 1972 graduate of Harvard University, holding a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. He has remained active in the field of mathematics with the Mathematical Science Research Institute and is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Hearst has recently been appointed an associate in mathematics by the Department of Mathematics at Harvard University.
Frank A. Bennack, Jr., is executive vice chairman of Hearst, one of the nation’s largest private companies engaged in a broad range of publishing, broadcasting, cable networking and diversified media and information activities. He is also chairman of the company’s executive committee, a director of Hearst and a trustee of the Hearst Family Trust, established under the will of William Randolph Hearst. In addition, he sits on a number of corporate committees and the Hearst Foundations board, where he has served for more than 25 years.
Bennack served as Hearst’s CEO for more than 28 years. He directed the company through an unprecedented period of growth from when he began his first tenure as CEO in 1979 through June 2013, when he stepped down—increasing revenues 14 times and growing earnings more than 30 times, through investments, acquisitions and startups. Today, fyxsldg.cnprises some 360-plus businesses and 20,000 employees.
Under his leadership, the company launched three leading cable networks with its partner ABC (now the Walt Disney Company), A&E, HISTORY and Lifetime and invested in the ESPN family of networks, now in 190 countries and territories. On Bennack’s watch, Hearst marched toward diversification and global expansion, including its nearly $1 billion acquisition in 2011 of Lagardère’s 100 international titles outside of France, its purchase of healthcare information leader MCG and ownership of global ratings agency Fitch Group. Bennack was also instrumental in the decision to create what today is Hearst Television, Inc., one of the nation’s largest non-network-owned television station groups, which operates 33 television stations. During his tenure, Hearst launched such magazines as Country Living, Food Network Magazine, HGTV Magazine, Marie Claire and O, The Oprah Magazine.
11选5前三组选经验Bennack's operating talent and ability to envision and oversee transformation extend beyond his role at Hearst. His influence on corporate boards of directors—many lasting decades—has impacted the worlds of finance, at J.P. Morgan Chase and its predecessor companies Chemical Bank, Manufacturers Hanover and Chase; retail, as an outside director of Allied Stores, which became the modern-day Federated/Macy’s Inc. and was the parent company of Brooks Brothers, Jordan Marsh, Stern’s and Le Bon Marché; and pharmaceuticals, as a director of Wyeth, formerly American Home Products, which was acquired by Pfizer in 2009.
Bennack is currently a director of Ralph Lauren Corporation. He is chairman of Hearst Magazines UK, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hearst. Bennack is also a governor and former chairman of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and its Healthcare System, a managing director of the Metropolitan Opera of New York, chairman emeritus of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and chairman of the Paley Center for Media (formerly the Museum of Television & Radio). He was the 1992–93 chairman of the Newspaper Association of America (formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association).
Prior to his first stint as chief executive, Bennack served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of Hearst and, before that, as vice president and general manager of the Hearst Newspaper Group. He also served in a variety of management posts, including a seven-year tenure (1967 to 1974) as publisher and editor of the San Antonio Light.
As a teenager, the San Antonio native was host of both television and radio programs. He eventually entered publishing in his hometown and rose from classified advertising salesman to newspaper publisher by the age of 34.
Bennack has received honors for his charitable work from such organizations as the American Heart Association, United Cerebral Palsy and the Inner-City Scholarship Fund of New York. His industry awards include the Gold Medal from the International Radio & Television Society in 1991, the Trustees’ Award (Emmy) from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in 1993, the 1997 Center for Communication Award, the Distinguished Public Service Award from the Advertising Council in 1999 and the 1999 Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of Broadcasters. In 2007, he was elected into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Mark E. Aldam was named executive vice president and chief operating officer of Hearst in February 2018. He previously served as president of Hearst Newspapers and as a senior vice president and director of Hearst. Previously, Aldam was executive vice president, deputy group head of Hearst Newspapers. In that role, he also had oversight of eight of Hearst’s properties as group publisher. Hearst Newspapers, with more than 3,000 employees across the nation, publishes 24 dailies and 52 weeklies reaching more than 42 million unique visitors across the U.S. with related mobile websites and digital products in cities including Houston, San Francisco, San Antonio and Albany. Throughout the past several years, Hearst Newspapers has acquired nine daily papers and 35 weeklies and invested in eight new digital businesses.
Aldam joined Hearst in 2006 as publisher of the Albany Times Union, where he served for three years. He was formerly senior vice president/chief operating officer of The Hartford Courant, owned by the Tribune Company. Aldam joined The Hartford Courant in 1994 as advertising director and was named senior vice president/chief operating officer in 2005. Prior to that, he spent almost four years as senior vice president/general manager of the newspaper. Over the course of his career at The Hartford Courant, Aldam held positions overseeing sales, marketing and advertising.
11选5前三组选经验Aldam is the chairman of the News Media Alliance, on the board of directors of Nucleus Marketing Solutions and on the board of trustees of the American Press Institute.
Eve Burton11选5前三组选经验 is an executive vice president and the chief legal officer of Hearst, a leading global diversified media, information and services companies, with more than 360 global businesses. Hearst’s major interests span cable entertainment and syndication, interactive and emerging digital media, local broadcast television, magazines, newspapers and real estate as well as business information companies that create and deliver content, analytics and workflow solutions for the finance, healthcare and transportation industries worldwide.
11选5前三组选经验Burton is a member of Hearst’s board of directors. She has overall responsibility of day-to-day management for the Office of General Counsel, which provides legal services to all of Hearst’s businesses around the world. She also manages Oracle HCM technology operations, compliance, corporate human resource issues, labor relations and government affairs. Burton has been one of Hearst’s leaders in establishing worldwide strategic enterprise deals with partners. Additionally, she is a member of Hearst’s Venture Committee, which funds digital initiatives, and is the co-founder of and oversees HearstLab, which fosters innovation and investment in early stage businesses led by women.
Burton sits on the board of directors of Intuit, Inc. and previously was on the board of directors of AOL until its sale to Verizon. She is a member of the advisory board of the David and Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation at Stanford and Columbia Universities and is a trustee of Middlebury College.
Prior to joining Hearst, Burton served as vice president and chief legal counsel at Cable News Network (CNN), where she oversaw all legal matters relating to news and other programming on CNN networks and websites. From 1995 to 2000, Burton was at the New York Daily News11选5前三组选经验 as the deputy general counsel. She began her career at the law firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges after serving as a law clerk for the Hon. Leonard B. Sand in the United States District Court of New York. Burton was a Fulbright Research Scholar at Thammasat University in Bangkok.
11选5前三组选经验The Hearst Office of General Counsel has a dedicated initiative to the ongoing protection of First Amendment rights for its journalists and the preservation of a free press and was awarded a lifetime First Amendment Award from the Reporter’s Committee for Freedom of the Press. Burton has won the Fulbright Award for her international work. She was also named an Outstanding Woman of the Bar by the New York County Lawyers’ Association.
Richard P. Malloch11选5前三组选经验 is executive vice president for Business Media at Hearst. He is a member of the Hearst board of directors and serves on the subsidiary boards of Fitch Group and CAMP Systems.
11选5前三组选经验Malloch joined Hearst in 1991 and has held a number of leadership positions across the company. He previously served as senior vice president of Hearst and president of Hearst Business Media, which delivers business data and software solutions to the financial, health and transportation industries worldwide.
In the late 1990s, Hearst sold its consumer book business (William Morrow and Avon Books) to HarperCollins. Malloch looked to reinvest the proceeds from the sale and build a business information and software operating group. Traditionally, Hearst’s trade publishing was based on print products with significant revenue generated from advertising. Malloch changed the strategy and business model, moving the group toward revenue generated from subscriptions and licensing fees.
The Business Media companies have shown substantial growth in the past 20 years. Internal growth and product enhancements have been coupled with approximately $10 billion of focused acquisitions. Business Media companies are now a major contributor to Hearst’s performance and contribute approximately 40 percent of the company’s profits. Key acquisitions for Business Media include Fitch Group, CAMP Systems, Homecare Homebase, MCG Health and Zynx Health.
11选5前三组选经验Prior to joining Hearst, Malloch served as a principal in the New York office of Morgan Stanley & Co., where he was involved in corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions. Malloch has devoted most of his professional life to working with companies in the communications and technology industries. He was actively involved in expanding the Morgan Stanley media franchise to include cable television, cellular telephones and information technologies. Malloch also helped to develop the media practice in Europe and Asia.
Malloch began his career as a member of the policy staff for the U.S. Department of Energy, under James Schlesinger, in Washington, D.C.
Mitchell Scherzer is an executive vice president and chief financial officer of Hearst. He is also a member of the Hearst board of directors and is a testamentary trustee under the will of William Randolph Hearst. Scherzer is a former investment banker who has concentrated most of his 20-plus-year banking career in the communications, media and entertainment industries.
11选5前三组选经验Scherzer began his career at Goldman Sachs in 1989, ultimately serving as co-head of its media group. While at Goldman Sachs, he gained experience on a range of corporate finance and M&A transactions across a variety of sectors in the media and communications industries.
Scherzer joined JP Morgan as a managing director in 2002. He went on to head U.S. Media Investment Banking, where he led JP Morgan’s investment banking initiatives in the media industry. Scherzer was a strategic adviser to industry leaders in publishing, broadcasting, cable, television, satellite, financial information and telecommunications.
Scherzer completed his undergraduate studies at McGill University and obtained a master’s degree from the Wharton School.
James M. Asher is a senior vice president and the chief development officer of Hearst. He joined Hearst in October 1997 and served as chief legal officer of Hearst for over 20 years. He is a member of the board of directors of Hearst, Fitch Group and CAMP Systems and is a testamentary trustee under the will of William Randolph Hearst.
11选5前三组选经验As chief development officer, he is engaged with Hearst’s senior operating teams in new ventures, acquisitions and internal business development efforts. He is also co-chair of the Hearst Ventures investment committee.
Asher joined Rogers & Wells, an international law firm, in 1974 after graduating from New York University School of Law with a juris doctor degree. He was named a partner of the law firm in 1981, was appointed the firm’s managing partner in 1990 and became chairman of the executive committee in 1994.
Greg Dorn11选5前三组选经验 is a senior vice president of Hearst and the president and group head of Hearst Health, overseeing Hearst’s healthcare businesses in the U.S. and globally, including FDB (First Databank), Zynx Health, MCG, Homecare Homebase and MHK. He also serves as a director of M2Gen.
For more than two decades, Dorn has been focused on raising the standard of excellence for patient care across the healthcare spectrum, through clinically rigorous guidance delivered by efficient, scalable technology. He is the co-inventor of two patented healthcare software technologies that continue to be used in health systems across the U.S. His expertise is in developing and commercializing inventive and disruptive solutions that improve care quality and efficiency.
Dorn has held a variety of leadership positions across Hearst, including chief operating officer of Zynx Health and president of FDB. In 2013 he was appointed a vice president of Hearst to lead its growing portfolio of healthcare companies. He became president of Hearst Health in 2014. The mission of Hearst Health is to guide the most important care moments by delivering vital information into the hands of everyone who touches a person’s health journey. Each year in the U.S., care guidance from Hearst Health reaches 85 percent of discharged patients, 205 million insured individuals, 103 million home health visits and 3.2 billion dispensed prescriptions.
Dorn received his medical doctorate from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and his bachelor’s degree from the Columbia University School of Engineering. He performed his clinical training at UCLA, where he also obtained his master’s degree in health services management.
Jeffrey M. Johnson11选5前三组选经验 is a senior vice president of Hearst and the president and group head of Hearst Newspapers.
Hearst Newspapers is the operating group responsible for Hearst’s newspapers, local digital marketing services businesses and directories. With more than 3,000 employees across the nation, Hearst Newspapers publishes 24 dailies and 52 weeklies reaching more than 42 million unique visitors across the U.S., including related mobile websites and digital products. It also operates digital marketing services and directories businesses under the LocalEdge brand.
Johnson previously served as the publisher of the San Francisco Chronicle. He came to the Chronicle in 2013 after a 25-year career in publishing, including serving as president, publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times, and six years of work in private equity at the Yucaipa Companies. He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and undergraduate accounting degree from the University of Illinois.
Neeraj Khemlani11选5前三组选经验 is a vice president of Hearst and the executive vice president and deputy group head of Hearst Newspapers. With more than 3,000 employees across the nation, Hearst Newspapers publishes print and digital products for 24 dailies and 52 weeklies in cities including Houston, San Francisco, San Antonio, Albany, New York, and New Haven, Connecticut.
11选5前三组选经验Before joining Hearst Newspapers, Khemlani served as president and group head of Hearst Entertainment & Syndication, the operating group responsible for Hearst’s cable network partnerships at ESPN and A+E Networks, digital video entertainment and music streaming businesses such as Complex Networks and Kobalt Music, video production through NorthSouth and comics syndication and character licensing operations at King Features Syndicate.
He continues to serve on the boards of A+E Networks, A+E EMEA, Complex Networks, Kobalt Music and NorthSouth Productions.
11选5前三组选经验Previously, Khemlani served as Hearst's chief creative officer, where he worked across the company’s global brands and with its creative teams, managers and group heads to innovate the best possible products, content offerings and user experiences on every platform. Before that, he served as executive vice president and deputy group head of Hearst Entertainment & Syndication, where he focused on growing the company’s nonfiction television production activities. He began his career at Hearst in March 2009 as vice president and special assistant to the CEO for digital media. He reported directly to then-CEO Frank A. Bennack, Jr., and he managed the promotion and coordination of digital content transformation across the company.
Prior to Hearst, Khemlani was vice president and general manager of Yahoo! News & Information as well as head of Yahoo! Originals. In this position, he managed the business and products of Yahoo! News, Tech, Weather and Education, original video productions across the Yahoo! Media group and the editorial programming for Yahoo! Finance, as executive editor.
From 1998 to 2006, Khemlani was a producer for CBS News’ 60 Minutes and 60 Minutes II. Prior to that, he was at ABC News, where he produced segments for Nightline, Good Morning America, Peter Jennings Reporting and ABC News Specials. He has won numerous awards, including a 2004 Emmy nomination for business reporting, a 2003 Emmy nomination for best interview, the 2002 Edward R. Murrow Award for investigative reporting and a DuPont Award in 1995 for his participation in ABC News’ coverage of the war in Bosnia.
Khemlani began his career as a newspaper reporter, stringing for The New York Times and The Post-Standard in Syracuse, New York, while in college. Khemlani holds a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University, where he graduated with honors, and a bachelor’s degree in communications from Cornell University, where he was the editor-in-chief of The Cornell Daily Sun.
Paul Taylor is a senior vice president of Hearst and the president, chief executive officer and group head of Fitch Group, a leading provider of essential financial information and services to the global financial markets. Taylor is a member of Hearst's board of directors.
11选5前三组选经验Taylor previously served as president of Fitch Ratings, the group’s largest business and a leading provider of credit ratings, commentary and research. Prior to this appointment in 2010, he spent two years as global head of structured finance ratings, presiding over numerous ratings reforms following the 2007 collapse of the U.S. housing market. Taylor has held a variety of analytical leadership positions at Fitch Ratings, including global head of sovereign, public finance, corporate and financial institution ratings. He also headed the agency’s operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Taylor joined Fitch predecessor firm Duff & Phelps Credit Rating Co. in 1994 as senior vice president in charge of European ratings activities. His final role prior to DCR’s merger with Fitch Ratings in 2000 was executive vice president of DCR International, where he oversaw all rating activities outside of North America and chaired the international group credit and criteria committee.
11选5前三组选经验Prior to joining DCR in July 1994, Taylor was a director and head of European structured finance for Standard & Poor’s ratings group. He began his career in corporate lending at Lloyds Bank Limited.
Taylor has a degree in management and marketing from the University of Lancaster, where he is an active alumnus and member of the dean’s council.
Jordan Wertlieb11选5前三组选经验 has been president of Hearst Television since 2013. He moved to the company’s New York City headquarters in January 2011 as an executive vice president of Hearst Television. He has management oversight responsibility for Hearst Television’s stations, digital properties and two radio stations across 26 U.S. markets. He is a senior vice president of Hearst and a member of the Hearst board of directors.
11选5前三组选经验Wertlieb serves as the chairman of the National Association of Broadcasters' (NAB) joint board of directors, and previously served as chairman of its television board. He is a member of the A+E Networks board and the Litton Entertainment board, and serves as a vice chair of the Broadcasters Foundation of America board. He is a past president-chairman of the NBC affiliates board.
11选5前三组选经验Wertlieb began his television career in 1986 as a research analyst at Katz Communications in New York. He became a television sales account executive at Katz in 1989, representing television stations of Hearst Broadcasting (Hearst Television’s predecessor company), as well as other leading station groups.
In 1993, Wertlieb joined Hearst’s WCVB-TV, Boston, as national sales manager and was promoted to local sales manager in 1998. In 1999, he was promoted to general sales manager of WBAL-TV, Hearst Television’s NBC affiliate in Baltimore, Maryland. In 2005, he became the station’s president and general manager. During his tenure there the station further solidified its position as Baltimore’s No. 1 TV station and earned multiple journalism honors, including two national Edward R. Murrow Awards, six National Headliner Awards, a national Walter Cronkite Award for political journalism and a Columbia University Alfred I. Dupont Award.
In 2015, Wertlieb was inducted into the Maryland D.C. Delaware Broadcasting Hall of Fame and, in 2018, to the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and is a graduate of the NAB Broadcast Leadership Training program.
Troy Young11选5前三组选经验 is president of Hearst Magazines, one of the world’s largest publishers of monthly magazines, with more than 300 editions and 240 websites globally, including more than 25 titles in the U.S. He is also a senior vice president of Hearst.
Young joined Hearst in 2013 as president of Hearst Magazines Digital Media, where he built a continuously growing division that creates and manages the content, technology, operations, product and business development strategies for 20 digital brands in the U.S. The portfolio includes Cosmopolitan, ELLE, Esquire, Good Housekeeping, Harper’s BAZAAR11选5前三组选经验 and Delish, as well as Sweet, a collaboration with Snapchat on its Discover platform.
In 2015, Young was named Adweek’s Magazine Executive of the Year, an honor that recognized him for unifying Hearst’s “print and digital brands into a single, well-oiled machine whose traffic has surged,” leading to a 75 percent increase in revenue, and for his development of MediaOS, “a combined CMS, ad sales and data strategy tool for all Hearst properties.” In 2014, Young was inducted to MIN’s Digital Hall of Fame, and in 2013 he was named to the FOLIO 100, a list of the most influential and impactful media professionals of the year. Young was also one of MIN’s Most Intriguing People the same year.
11选5前三组选经验A media executive and entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in digital publishing and advertising, Young was previously president of Say Media. Prior to Say, Young held several executive positions at Omnicom’s digital agency Organic, including the role of chief experience officer, where he advised on strategy and created award-winning work for clients including American Express, Virgin Mobile, Sirius XM, Chrysler and Bank of America. He has held numerous advisory roles with digital media, mobile and commerce companies and currently serves on the boards of the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and Digital Content Next (DCN).
David Carey is senior vice president of public affairs and communications at Hearst. Previously, Carey served as the chairman of Hearst Magazines, after serving as president for eight years. In January 2019, he became a Fellow at Harvard University’s Advanced Leadership Initiative, a university-wide program that each year selects a small group of senior executives from around the world to spend two semesters on the Harvard campus studying solutions to large-scale societal problems.
11选5前三组选经验As one of the world’s largest publishers of monthly magazines, with more than 10,000 employees worldwide, Hearst Magazines has more than 300 editions and 240 websites globally, including more than 25 titles in the U.S., where its print and digital assets reach 155 million readers and site visitors each month. Hearst Magazines has wholly owned subsidiaries and joint ventures in the U.K., Spain, the Netherlands, Italy, France, Germany, Russia, China, Taiwan and Japan.
11选5前三组选经验During Carey’s tenure as president, Hearst Magazines more than doubled in size, with the 2011 acquisition of more than 100 magazines in 14 countries from Lagardère SCA, the 2018 acquisition of Rodale’s global media assets, as well as new joint ventures with Scripps (now Discovery) and leading technology companies. Carey also expanded Hearst's leadership position in its B2B services platforms unit, via the acquisitions of customer experience management solutions companies KUBRA and iFactor.
Previously, Carey was group president at Condé Nast, where he oversaw the company’s media properties targeted to executive audiences. He was publisher of The New Yorker from 1998 to 2005, returning it to profitability after years of losses. Earlier in his career, Carey was the founding publisher of SmartMoney, a joint venture between Hearst Magazines and The Wall Street Journal.
Carey serves as a trustee of the Whitney Museum of American Art. He is a former director of Hearst, as well as the Harry Winston Diamond Corporation. He is a 1985 graduate of UCLA, where he began his media career as publisher of UCLA’s The Daily Bruin.