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William Randolph Hearst
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Randolph Apperson Hearst (1915–2000) last surviving son of William Randolph Hearst. He never had the opportunity to become CEO, his father's will established a trust that had 5 family & 8 non-family trustees, all serving for life & electing their successors. In 1974, Randolph's daughter Patty Hearst was kidnapped by an extremist group, the Symbionese Liberation Army, & was soon after caught on film helping the group to rob banks. She renounced the SLA soon after her arrest.
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A clip from the 2008 period comedy-drama 'Me and Orson Welles', starring Zac Efron, Claire Danes and Christian McKay. A young man lucks in to a small part in Orson Welles' famous 1937 stage production 'Caesar' (a restaging of Shakespeare's play, 'Julius Caesar').
Not to be outdone, William Randolph Hearst stepped into the publishing fray in 1895 with the New York Morning Journal, matching The World head to head in pulling out all the stops to increase circulation and ad revenue. The two publishers, Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst were bitter rivals, locked in ultimately creating a war between the two newspapers. In one instance, Hearst slashed the price of the Journal down to a penny, whereby The World cost two cents.