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Newspaper and wire service coverage of tobacco farmers

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HEALTHCARE NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE TRUST v. NEWS GROUP NEWSPAPERS LTD

Copyright in newspaper headlines and online media monitoring services

HUNT, David (Wathen Stather) (1913 - 1998), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Director: Observer Newspapers, 1982–94; Trigraph Ltd, since 1988

Creating the American Newspaper Boy: Middle-Class Route Service and Juvenile Salesmanship in the Great Depression

CHEADLE, Eric (Wallers) (1908 - 1992), DL; Deputy Managing Director, International Thomson Organisation Ltd, 1959–74; retired 1974 after 50 years service with the same company (Hultons/Allied Newspapers/Kemsleys/The Thomson Organisation); Director, Thomson International Press Consultancy Ltd

CURTIS, Michael Howard (1920 - 2004), Executive Aide to HH The Aga Khan, 1959–86; Director, Aga Khan Health and Education Services, Geneva, 1985–92; Chairman, Nation Printers and Publishers, Nairobi, Kenya, 1972–77; Director, Nation Newspapers, 1959–94 (Managing Director and Chief Executive, 1959, retired)

Local newspaper account of: 1. Cardinal Newman's funeral service at the Parish Church of the Immaculate Conception, Birmingham Oratory, Hagley Road, Edgbaston; 2. the funeral cortège to Rednal; and 3. his interment; as reported in the Birmingham Daily Post the day following these events, Wednesday 20 August 1890.

THOMAS, Carmichael (1856 - 1942), Chairman of the Graphic, Daily Graphic, and Bystander from 1900 until his retirement in 1917 after forty-three years’ active service as Art Editor, General Manager, etc; Past President of the Newspaper Society; Member of Council or Chairman of the Central London Throat and Ear Hospital, 1899–1938; Chairman of the Piccadilly Art Galleries Co. Ltd, 1900–29; Chairman of Council of the London Society, retired, 1934; Member of Council, Vice-President, or Treasurer of the Royal Society of Arts, 1900–41

MAXWELL, (Ian) Robert (1923 - 1991), Chairman, Mirror Group Newspapers Ltd (publisher of Daily Mirror, Daily Record, Sunday Mail, Sunday Mirror, The People, Sporting Life, Sporting Life Weekender, since 1984); Publisher and Editor in Chief, The European, since 1990; Founder and Publisher, Pergamon Press, Oxford, New York and Paris, 1949–91; Publisher: Magyar Hirlap; Moscow News (English edition), since 1988; Chairman and Chief Executive: Maxwell Communication Corporation plc (formerly The British Printing & Communication Corporation plc), since 1981; Macmillan Inc., since 1988; Chairman: Mirror Colour Print Ltd (formerly British Newspaper Printing Corporation plc), since 1983; British Cable Services Ltd (Rediffusion Cablevision), since 1984; Pergamon Media Trust plc, since 1986; Maxwell Pergamon Publishing Corporation plc (formerly Pergamon BPCC Publishing Corporation plc), since 1986; MTV Europe, since 1987; Maxwell Communication Corporation Inc., NY, since 1987; Macmillan Foundation, since 1988; Pergamon AGB plc (formerly Hollis plc), since 1988 (Director, since 1982); Maxwell Macmillan Pergamon International Publishing; Berlitz International Inc., since 1988; Scitex Corporation Ltd, Israel, since 1988; Thomas Cook Travel Inc., since 1989; Official Airline Guides Inc., since 1989; President, State of Israel Bonds (UK), since 1988

 

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