Kerby, William F. Publication date. Homewood, Ill. : Dow Jones-Irwin. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
Kerby, William F. Internet Archive Books.
Release Date:March 1981. Publisher:McGraw-Hill School Education Group.
book by William F. Kerby. Release Date:March 1981.
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This is the story of a lifelong love affair with journalism, of newspapers in their heyday and a boy who grew to manhood incurably intoxicated with everything about them.
By 1991, when the author retired after serving as the publisher and CEO of Dow Jones & C. the paper was the largest daily in the country with a circulation of around 2 million. Phillips provides insight into how one of the nation's most prominent newspapers evolved. This is the story of a lifelong love affair with journalism, of newspapers in their heyday and a boy who grew to manhood incurably intoxicated with everything about them. Warren Phillips, page xv.
The Wall Street Journal is a . The newspaper is published in the broadsheet format and online.
The role of the press in today's society.
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William F. "Bill" Kerby (July 28, 1908 – 1989) was chairman and CEO of Dow Jones & Co. and publisher of The Wall Street Journal from 1966 to 1975. Kerby was responsible for building The Wall Street Journal into the second largest national newspaper in the United States with a circulation in excess of 2 million. He championed the company's diversification from a one-newspaper journal into a worldwide publishing entity. Kerby born in Washington, . and was a graduate of the University of Michigan. He was awarded honorary degrees from DePauw University and Moravian College.