Deadlines and Disruption

From 1984 to 2005, Shepard was the editor-in-chief of Businessweek, with a front-row seat for everything from insider-trading scandals to the rise of personal computing and the Internet. In this excerpt from his forthcoming memoir, Deadlines and Disruption, he recalls what it was like to step into the job—and how he was determined to reinvent everything about business journalism
Photograph by Terry Hourigan/Manhattan Inc./McGraw-Hill

(Excerpted from Deadlines and Disruption by Stephen B. Shepard Published by McGraw-Hill © 2012)

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