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  1. George Hearst (September 3, 1820 – February 28, 1891) was an American businessman, miner, and politician. After growing up on a small farm in Missouri, he founded many mining operations, and is known for developing and expanding the Homestake Mine in the late 1870s in the Black Hills of South Dakota .

  2. William Randolph Hearst (pron. hɚst; San Francisco, 29 aprile 1863 – Beverly Hills, 14 agosto 1951) è stato un editore, imprenditore e politico statunitense.. È divenuto celebre, oltre che per la sua smisurata ricchezza (si stima che i suoi introiti arrivarono a toccare i 15 milioni di dollari annui), anche per aver creato uno dei più grandi imperi mediatici di sempre, influenzando ...

  3. Randolph Apperson Hearst (December 2, 1915 – December 18, 2000) was the fourth and last surviving son of the five sons of William Randolph Hearst and Millicent Hearst. His twin brother, David, died in 1986.

  4. Leben. William Randolph Hearst war das einzige Kind von George Hearst, einem durch Bergbau und Landwirtschaft reich gewordenen Multimillionär, und dessen Frau Phoebe.Nach seinem erfolgreichen Journalismusstudium in Harvard begann er beim Harvard Lampoon, der von Joseph Pulitzer geleitet wurde, zu arbeiten. 1887 übernahm er die Zeitung San Francisco Examiner, um sie mit großem Erfolg radikal ...

  5. 30/11/2021 · William Randolph Hearst (1863-1951) launched his career by taking charge of his father’s struggling newspaper the San Francisco Examiner in 1887. By the 1930s,

  6. William Randolph Hearst (San Francisco (Californië), 29 april 1863 – Beverly Hills (Californië), 14 augustus 1951) was een invloedrijke Amerikaanse krantenmagnaat uit de eerste helft van de twintigste eeuw. De film Citizen Kane uit 1941 is gebaseerd op zijn leven.

  7. William Randolph Hearst started to build a fabulous estate on his ranchland overlooking the village of San Simeon in 1919. He called the estate "La Cuesta Encantada" - Spanish for The Enchanted Hill. By 1947, the hilltop complex included a twin-towered main building, three sumptuous guesthouses, and 127 acres of terraced gardens, fountains, and pools.