Goodwin Procter attorneys recently advised The Hearst Corporation
on its announced joint venture with The Georgetown Company to restore and redevelop the Herald Examiner Building in downtown Los Angeles.
The partnership between real estate investors Yair Levy, Serge Hoyda and Kent Swig that purchased The Sheffield in 2005 and converted the former rental property into luxury condominiums, has net leased the building's office space, street level retail, and below ground parking garage to the Hearst Corporation
CDS), a unit of the Hearst Corporation
, has unveiled a new employee wiki, a type of Web site that allows users to add and edit content that is especially suited for constructive collaborative authoring.
Enterprise cost management solutions provider ePlus Inc has been chosen by media company The Hearst Corporation
to supply procurement software.
The Hearst Corporation
also owns a 40% interest in the parent company of Fitch Ratings.
The deal amounts to a property flip for Gladstone, who purchased the lot and office building from the Hearst Corporation
in late January 2006 for $170 million with plans to develop a luxury hotel.
a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Hearst Corporation
, has released the latest version of Evaluations of Drug Interactions (EDI), their comprehensive drug interaction printed reference.
HTV is a stand-alone public company, of which the Hearst Corporation
indirectly owns approximately 73% of outstanding common stock at June 30, 2007.
Global Green is recognizing The Hearst Corporation
for its new Hearst Tower, which is expected to be the first office building in New York City to earn a Gold Rating under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design by the U.
Hearst, a director of the Hearst Corporation
and Hearst-Argyle television, is the former editor and publisher of the San Francisco Examiner.
Enlightened Leadership: Brian Schwagerl, director of real estate and facilities planning for the Hearst Corporation
Business related to 21ic will be managed as part of a group with sister property, Electronic Products China (EPC), a joint venture between China's Publishing House of Electronic Industry (PHEI), the Hearst Corporation
and the International Data Group (IDG).