20 febrero 2008

Rupert Murdoch vs. Sam Zell

Jack Flack publica en Portfolio un curioso reportaje sobre las diferencias y semejanzas entre Rupert Murdoch y Sam Zell (propietario de Los Angeles Times y Chicago Tribune):

1. Zell bought something of value; Murdoch bought something of unique value.

2. Murdoch sees a bigger play; Zell sees stand-alone assets.

3. Murdoch willingly takes risks in buying assets; Zell only buys assets when he can avoid risks.

4. Murdoch knows how to focus attention; Zell only knows how to attract it.

5. Zell relishes being an outsider; Murdoch only relishes appearing to be an outsider.

Todo el reportaje, aquí.

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