This is the tale of an imploding dynasty, a mogul at war, and a deal that sums up an era of dramatic change. The main character, rocked by feuding factions, is the Wall Street Journal, which influences the thoughts, votes, and investments of two million readers daily.
A superlative account of a deal with reverberations beyond the news, told with the storytelling savvy that transforms big stories into timeless chronicles of American life and power.
About the Author:
SARAH ELLISON led the Wall Street Journal‘s coverage of Rupert Murdoch’s bid for Dow Jones before leaving the paper to write War at the Wall Street Journal. Her stories about the media business have been recognized by the Newswomen’s Club of New York and the New York Press Club.