The Hearst sweep: Company not so dependent on publishing anymore


Hearst: The very name evokes magazines like Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Good Housekeeping and Elle.

But the 136-year-old company is no longer dominated by its media assets. “What started as a newspaper company, then a magazine company, then adding a few TV stations,” has evolved through reinvestment and diversification, says David Carey, senior vice president of public affairs and communications at Hearst.

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