Individual Author Record
Name: James O'SheaPen Name: None Genre: Non-Fiction Audience: Adult; Born: 1943 in East St. Louis, Illinois
-- Website -- http://www.jameseoshea.com
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Illinois ConnectionJames O'Shea currently lives in Chicago, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationA former editor-in chief of the Los Angeles Times and managing editor of the Chicago Tribune, James O'Shea is an author of three books and numerous magazine and newspaper stories. He was also a co-founder of The Chicago News Cooperative, an innovative news start-up that created a Chicago-based digital news site and supplied content for The New York Times.
- The Daisy Chain, Pocket Books, 1991
- Dangerous Company: Management Consultants and the Businesses They Save and Ruin (With Charles Madigan), Penguin Books, 1998
- The Deal from Hell: How Moguls and Wall Street Plundered Great American Newspapers , Public Affairs, 2011
Selected Titles At Your Library
The daisy chain :
ISBN: 0671733036. OCLC Number: Pocket Books,. New York :. ©1991. How did this country allow $250 billion to be stolen, squandered and finally sucked down the drain in a scandal that Newsweek has called "the biggest financial mess in U.S. history"? The definitive -- and uproariously entertaining -- answer lies in this prize-winning account of how the cleanest little savings & loan in Texas became the government's black hole -- once Big Bad Don Dixon rode into town.
Dangerous company :
ISBN: 0140276858. OCLC Number: Penguin Books,. New York, N.Y. :. 1998.
The deal from hell :
ISBN: 1586487914. OCLC Number: PublicAffairs,. New York :. ©2011. Presents a behind-the-scenes look at how the Tribune Company went from having the most powerful collection of newspapers in the world in 2000 to bankruptcy and public scandal after executives and editors made a series of flawed decisions.