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His story begins in 1946, with his first job at the New York Herald Tribune, a community of legendary journalists and oddballs.
track writers during his tenure of more than 30 years at the New York Herald Tribune, for which he covered every Olympic Games between 1928 and 1976, as well as all of the national championships during that period.
Felker cultivated when he and Milton Glaser launched New York as an independent magazine in 1968 from the ashes of The New York Herald Tribune.
Willkie had many affairs ranging from Madame Chiang Kai-Shek to the Southern writer Josephine Pinckney, the most notable and long-lasting of which was with Irita Van Doren, the book editor of the New York Herald Tribune.
Sport and politics were the main interests of Thompson, who secured jobs on several newspapers, including the New York Herald Tribune, before finding celebrity with Rolling Stone magazine.
Herb Muschel was a unique individual who not only knew how to 'think outside the box,' but also knew how to teach others to maximize their talents and abilities," said David Steinberg, former New York Herald Tribune business writer who joined Muschel at PR Newswire in 1963.
137) Although the New York Herald Tribune described the Belsen trial as "the first important test of Allied justice against war criminals" (138) and sent a top reporter, Marguerite Higgins, who had been at Buchenwald and Dachau, to cover it, the newspapers ran just two front-page stories.
A former investigative journalist for the New York Herald Tribune, he exposed a tetracycline cartel that prevented the drug from being distributed in Latin America and became so interested in the subject that he quit journalism to work as a generics' advocate.