Seven Pulitzers. They didn’t expect that haul even within The New York Times.
“How many could they possibly give us?” a Times source wondered the week before the Pulitzers were awarded on
April 8. “Would
they go as high as five or six for one paper? They deliberately don’t
want to do that.”
After the first three ad-larded and buzz-inflamed issues, David Pecker, the chief executive of Hachette Filipacchi Magazines, was expecting great things from George magazine. Which is to say, things that make money. “If everything is going the way it goes now, we are looking to break even in year three,” he told The New York Read More