Vanity Fair contributing editor, Newser founder, Columnist for Guardian, USAToday, British GQ, author of Burnrate, and Murdoch bio, The Man Who Owns the News.
guardian.co.uk — The irreplaceable Michael Bloomberg is very likely going to be replaced by the one-and-only Anthony Weiner. This formulation represents New York's democratic anomaly: nobody can actually replace Michael Bloomberg. He's redefined the job to fit only himself - one reason he's been having such a hard time finding a suitable and satisfying successor.
m.apnews.com — CHRISTINA REXRODE Published: 45 minutes ago FILE -In this Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006, file photo, Leslie Moonves, left, president and chief executive officer of CBS, talks with PBS host Charlie Rosein Beverly Hills, Calif. CEO pay has been going up, The highest paid CEO in 2012 was Leslie Moonves of CBS, who made $60.3 million.
nymag.com — It's hard to find a self-respecting captain of industry who has not plunged headlong into the media business. Michael Armstrong has taken AT&T into the thick of entertainment with the acquisition of TCI; Michael Jordan's Westinghouse bought and became CBS; Edgar Bronfman drove a highly profitable liquor-and-chemical business into the doldrums of the movie business; Bill Gates is facing the breakup of his company in part because he wanted to be a media mogul as well as a software king.
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