SF Chron on “Citizen McCaw” - No screenwriter could conceive a more perfect setup for a horror story.
April 21st, 2008 | Published in Books, Film, History
“Citizen McCaw” delivers chapter and verse of how owner Wendy McCaw, who had bought the News-Press from the New York Times Co. for more than $100 million after her reported billion-dollar divorce settlement from cellular magnate Craig McCaw, poisoned the climate of ethics and professionalism that Roberts had been working so doggedly to elevate.
McCaw regarded her newspaper as a vehicle to celebrate her friends and personal causes - most notably an obsession with animal rights - and to punish her enemies, which included a good portion of the town’s political establishment.
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