Hearst Corporation

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Hearst Corporation

 

one of the largest newspaper trusts in the USA. Established in the late 19th century, it belongs to the Hearst family. The Hearst Corporation publishes a number of influential newspapers and magazines and owns stock in the United Press International news agency; it also controls King Features, a press syndicate that distributes feature copy to about 200 newspapers.

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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.
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