Henry Luce


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Henry Luce

An American publisher and businessman (1898-1967). Among other things, he founded TIME and Fortune magazines. He was also active in the anti-communist movement in the mid-20th century.
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Daniels is program director at The Henry Luce Foundation and is responsible for the Clare Boothe Luce Program for women in the sciences, mathematics and engineering.
Even Life magazine, owned by the stoutly pro-British Henry Luce, published an "Open Letter to the People of England" in 1942, notifying them that "one thing we are sure we are not fighting for is to hold the British empire together.
Daniels is a program director at the Henry Luce Foundation responsible for the Clare Boothe Luce Program for women in the sciences, mathematics and engineering.
In 1929, in the prospectus written for the magazine he proposed to create, FORTUNE's founder Henry Luce promised that FORTUNE would contain no advice on how to run a business.
Not long after Henry Luce launched Time magazine this country went into the Great Depression, yet the magazine survived," said Herman.
s Henry Luce in 1936 remains a treasured unique source of photographic history.
TIME, in keeping with the original criteria identified by Henry Luce, annually recognizes "the person or persons who most affected the news and our lives, for good or for ill, and embodied what was important about the year, for better or worse.
When Henry Luce started LIFE in 1936, his mission for the publication was 'to see life; see the world'," said Blau.
His many achievements as a writer, correspondent and editor at TIME magazine culminated in his selection as Managing Editor, putting him in a line of succession that reaches back to Henry Luce and the foundations of our company in 1923.
Formed in 1987 as a spinoff from Paine Webber, its investors include a select group of financial institutions and operating companies, including the University of Texas, the Henry Luce Foundation, and the pension funds of Fischer Scientific, Pfizer, and John Deere.
McNally is a former White House speechwriter who first went to China in 1982 and returned in 1985 as the country's first Henry Luce Scholar and one of China's youngest law professors.
Carpenter Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the Human Endeavor, the Bei Shan Tang Foundation, the Henry Luce Foundation, and Christie's.