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Michael Wolff

July 19, 1999 | This Media Life
Wolf(f) Like Me

It's tough being Michael Wolff, but finding out there is another Michael Wolf, who is peddling cheery opinions about the media to CEOs, brings out the curmudgeon in this one.

July 12, 1999 | This Media Life
Eisner Un-Moused?

He took Disney from the doldrums to the heart of the Dow, but with the loss of Michael Eisner's best lieutenants, the magic has evaporated from the Magic Kingdom.

June 28, 1999 | This Media Life
Tribune and Tribulation

For some, summer means Paris, and Paris means the "International Herald Tribune." But is the paper slowly being submerged by the flood of global information?

June 21, 1999 | This Media Life
Truman Being

James Truman is Condé Nast's international man of mystery. His most visible job now is decorating the new building. But what, exactly, does he whisper in the boss's ear?

June 14, 1999 | This Media Life
It's the ?, Stupid!

Before the candidates can compete for votes, they need themes (that's where the media comes in) and public personalities (come in, Al Gore).

June 7, 1999 | This Media Life
The Website of Record

The Times' highly successful Internet division might, in an IPO, be worth considerably more than the paper itself -- a recipe for a titanic culture clash.

May 31, 1999 | This Media Life
Auld Lang Old Media

Kurt Andersen's "Turn of the Century" is an insider's guide to the increasing irrelevance of the media insider -- as the insiders who attended his book party will come to realize.

May 24, 1999 | This Media Life
The Last Action Mogul

Barry Diller's lone-gunslinger style and his frenetic deal-making pace make him a role model for other media tycoons. But what does his empire really add up to?

May 17, 1999 | This Media Life
Why Your Kids Know More About the Future Than You Do

Is the Internet changing kids in mysterious, potentially dangerous ways? Certainly. And soon enough, it will change you, too.

May 17, 1999 | Feature
Why Your Kids Know More About the Future Than You Do

Is the Internet changing kids in mysterious, potentially dangerous ways? Certainly. And soon enough, it will change you, too.

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