After growing up in five foster homes his corporate career began as a teenage office boy at the Albany (N.Y.) Times Union. Nineteen years later Bob Danzig was named publisher of that newspaper. During his later 20 year term as nationwide head of the 6,000 employee Hearst newspapers, the group had a renaissance of talent, technology, reputation — and cash flow grew 100 fold. Bob stepped down early to share his insights with audiences and readers. All of his speaking fees and book royalties are donated to charity. His greatest satisfaction is sharing ideas which stimulate the wisdom within you.
Bob Danzig grew from a childhood spent in five foster homes to two decades as nationwide head of The Hearst Newspaper Group and vice president of The Hearst Corporation. After graduating from high school with no family support, he took a job as an office boy at his local newspaper, the Albany (N.Y) Times Union. Nineteen years later he became publisher of the Times Union, before heading to the helm of The Hearst Newspaper Group.
Now an author and motivational speaker, Bob Danzig...
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