Archive for June 21st, 2012

Application Programming Interface (API)

Do you know about API’s?   If so we want you to work with us!

To be relevant, you need to source and absorb the right information about the companies, people and industries your company will interface with. Gathering all this in today’s information driven world, and bringing it all into the right systems in timely manner, is challenging and time consuming.

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The Hearst Corporation | Killer Industry ?

Hearst Corp.

…a privately-held American-based media conglomerate based in the Hearst Tower in New York City, USA. Another can of worms for our viewers to dismantle or fry or use to go fishing.  hint hint.
Lamar Smith, do you have big investments with this corporate machine?

Hearst Corporation is one of the nation’s largest diversified media and information companies. Its major interests include magazine, newspaper and business 

Company Description

Like founder William Randolph Hearst’s castle, The Hearst Corporation is sprawling. Through Hearst Newspapers, the company owns some 15 daily newspapers (such as the San Francisco Chronicleand the Houston Chronicle) and 30 weekly newspapers. Its Hearst Magazines publishes more than 300 global titles, including major US consumer magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Esquire. Hearst has broadcasting operations through its Hearst Television subsidiary. Its Hearst Entertainment & Syndication unit includes syndication service King Features, newspaper production service Reed Brennan, and stakes in cable networks (A&E, ESPN). The Hearst Corporation is owned by the Hearst family, but managed by a board of trustees. Continue reading

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