1739 – Valentine Green was born in Halesowen. A British engraver and publisher. 1767 – A member of the Incorporated Society of Artists. 1775 – He became an associate-engraver of the Royal Academy. 1805 – He was the keeper of the British Instituti..
US author and edi..
British-French (French-born) activist and financier opponent of British membership in European Un..
US businessman and publisher 1980 – Became the president of Forbes Inc. 1985-1993 – Seated as the chairman of Board for International Broadcasting 1990 – Promoted as the CEO of Forbes Inc. and also became the editor-in-chief of "Forbes" magazine 1994 – He created Christine Todd Whitman’s tax-cutting program 1996 and ..
US pornography publisher and civil liberties advocate publisher of magazine "Hustler" 1974– portrayed by Woody Harrelson as subject of movie "The People vs. Larry Flynt" 1996 wrote autobiography "An Unseemly Man: My Life as Pornographer, Pundit, and Social Outcast" 1996 Democratic candidate for California governor 2..
British labour leader general secretary of Trade Union Council 1969-1..
1928 – Born on the 25th of August. 1949 – Graduate of Columbia College, Epstein was hired by Bennett Cerf at Random House, where he was the editorial director for forty years. 1963 – He co-founded the New York Review of Books, with his then-wife, Barbara Epstein. 1979 – He wrote a book entitled Book ..
1747 – Born in Strabane, Northern Ireland. Irish-born printer and newspaper publisher. 1771 – Founded newspaper "The Pennsylvania Packet, or The General Advertiser" (initially weekly, but became 1st daily newspaper in United States). 1812 – Died on November 27th in Philadelphia, Pennsylvan..
US journalist and statistician co-developer and co-eponym of Dow-Jones index with Edward Jo..
1781 – Born on September 16th in Mattsee, Salzburg. Austrian music publisher and composer. He published works by Beethoven and Schubert and composed the waltz theme of Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations. 1803 – He moved to Vienna where he worked as a piano and guitar teacher, composer, music publisher and musician. 1822 – Diabelli wrote a ..