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June 22, 1993 | MARTHA GROVES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This city's two newspapers, which for generations have covered San Francisco's quirky goings-on, are embroiled in a soap opera of their own. On Monday, the latest chapter unfolded when the money-losing morning Chronicle and evening Examiner named a veteran newspaper editor and publisher to be president and chief executive of the agency that oversees their non-editorial operations. James H. Hale, 65, came out of semi-retirement to take the top posts at the San Francisco Newspaper Agency.
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June 22, 1993 | MARTHA GROVES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This city's two newspapers, which for generations have covered San Francisco's quirky goings-on, are embroiled in a soap opera of their own. On Monday, the latest chapter unfolded when the money-losing morning Chronicle and evening Examiner named a veteran newspaper editor and publisher to be president and chief executive of the agency that oversees their non-editorial operations. James H. Hale, 65, came out of semi-retirement to take the top posts at the San Francisco Newspaper Agency.
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January 13, 1986
The publisher of the Kansas City Star and the Kansas City Times, responding to negative reaction by employees, said he would reconsider a plan to bring drug-sniffing dogs into the building. "I am totally overwhelmed by the response that memo got," James H. Hale, publisher and chairman of the board at the Kansas City Star Co., said about the notice of a new anti-drug policy by the company's owner, Capital Cities-ABC Inc.
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January 11, 1986 | From the Washington Post
Capital Cities/ABC Inc., the giant New York-based media company formed when Capital Cities Communications bought the American Broadcasting Co., has announced a tough new anti-drug policy that includes sending drug-sniffing dogs into newspaper and television offices and eventually may lead to mandatory urine tests for all new workers. The Kansas City Times and Star will be the first Capitol Cities-owned company to be subjected to the canine search, according to Publisher James H.
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