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ArtikelRating McGraw-Hill  
Oleh: Cohan, William D.
Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: Fortune vol. 159 no. 9 (May 2009), page 56.
Topik: McGraw-Hill; Economic Crisis; Standard & Poor's; Scandal
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Isi artikelOne warm day recently, a double-decker tourist bus barreled past Harold "Terry" McGraw III as he walked in front of the Manhattan skyscraper that is the world headquarters of the McGraw-Hill Cos. McGraw, the fourth generation of his family to run the company, heard the tour guide say, "And now we're coming up to the McGraw-Hill building." McGraw thought to himself, "Hey, that's kind of cool. We're on the circuit. I didn't know that." Then he heard, "And sadly there are no McGraws alive today." This unintended slight serves as a metaphor for Terry McGraw's 11 years running the company. Being the CEO of a media dynasty usually guarantees the scion at the helm two things: headlines and headaches. Just ask the Washington Post's Donald Graham or the New York Times' Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. In contrast, Terry McGraw, 60, has traveled virtually incognito through the greatest scandal in McGraw-Hill's 121-year history.
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