Company Overview of The Hearst Corporation
The Hearst Corporation publishes daily and weekly newspapers, and magazines. The company also operates television stations and radio stations, and cable networks; and provides information, insights, analytics, and workflow solutions to finance, healthcare, and transportation markets. It also engages in automotive, electronic, and medical/pharmaceutical business information; ratings agency; Internet and marketing services; television production; newspaper features distribution; and real estate businesses. The company was founded in 1887 and is based in New York, New York.
300 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
Founded in 1887
Key Executives for The Hearst Corporation
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President and Director
Director, Chairman of Hearst Television Inc., Chief Executive Officer of Hearst Television and President of Hearst Television, Inc.
Director, Chief Executive Officer of Hearst Magazines International and President of Hearst Magazines International
Chief Executive Officer of Hearst Magazines UK and Chief Operating Officer of Hearst Magazines UK
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
The Hearst Corporation Key Developments
San Antonio Light Building Put On Block, Media Report
Oct 12 15
The Hearst Corporation has placed the San Antonio Light building and two of the company’s other downtown San Antonio properties up for sale, the San Antonio Express-News reported Monday. Hearst hired Cushman & Wakefield affiliate San Antonio Commercial Advisors to broker the deal on its behalf.
The Georgetown Company Announces Joint Development of Historic Herald Examiner Building with Hearst Corporation
Sep 1 15
The Georgetown Company announced a joint development project with Hearst Corporation to redevelop the landmark Herald Examiner Building into a dynamic property that will include a mix of creative office space, retail and restaurants. The unique building was built in 1914 and designed by Julia Morgan, the renowned architect who designed Hearst Castle. The Herald Examiner Building adjoins two rapidly growing and resurgent neighborhoods, South Park and the Broadway Corridor, that are quickly becoming known as destinations for creative industries as well as upscale shopping and restaurants. The building’s noteworthy two-story lobby will be restored to its original grandeur, along with a complete renovation and restoration of the building.
Hearst Corp. Names Denielle deWynter as VP of Finance, Hearst Business Media
Jul 9 15
Hearst Corp. appointed Denielle deWynter, CPA, CA, as vice president of Finance, Hearst Business Media. The appointment is effective immediately. In the newly created role, deWynter will be responsible for financial planning and reporting for the organization, whose holdings in finance, healthcare and transportation include Fitch Group, the Hearst Health network of healthcare companies, MOTOR Information Systems, Black Book and more. deWynter will report to Wilbanks. DeWynter most recently served as senior director of Global Finance Operations at McGraw-Hill Financial and held several positions there over the past decade, including director of Global Risk Assessment and International Reporting and manager of Financial Operations and Internal Controls at Standard & Poor's. Previously, she held positions at HSBC and Deloitte in Europe and Canada. deWynter was inducted as a member to the Canadian and British Columbia Institute of Chartered Accountants.
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