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Hearst Technology, Inc
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Hearst

Hearst

Hearst is one of the nation's most diversified media, information and services companies.

Hearst Service Center

Hearst Service Center, in Charlotte, N.C., provides accounting, information technology and other business-related support to all Hearst units.

Hearst Real Estate

Hearst Real Estate & Other Operations includes Hearst Realties, San Francisco Realties, San Simeon Ranch Division, Sunical Land and Livestock Division and Hearst Service Center.

Hearst Ventures

Since its initial investment in Netscape in 1995, Hearst Ventures has grown to become one of the most active and successful corporate venture funds, with more than $1 billion in strategic investments in companies operating at the intersection of media and technology.

Hearst Leadership

Hearst Ventures Leadership

Kenneth Bronfin

Senior Managing Director & Head of International Investments, Hearst Ventures

Hearst Service Center Leadership

Christopher Mardany

Vice President and Director of Financial Shared Services

Hearst Leadership

Steven R. Swartz

President & Chief Executive Officer

Hearst Real Estate Leadership

Steven T. Hearst

Vice President & General Manager, Western Properties

Hearst Ventures Leadership

Scott English

Senior Managing Director & Head of U.S. Investments, Hearst Ventures

Our History

Since March 4, 1887, Hearst has grown from a single newspaper into one of the world's most admired private media, information and services companies with over 360 businesses in more than 150 countries.

History of Hearst

On March 4, 1887, William Randolph Hearst placed his name on the masthead of the San Francisco Examiner as "Proprietor" for the first time. W.R. Hearst died in 1951, but his legacy, Hearst, has continued to grow and prosper. It is clear Hearst is a very different company than it was in 1887, but, in another sense, Hearst has not changed at all: Our company's mission is still to inform, entertain and inspire. Hearst is continuing a legacy of innovation—and a love of what’s next.