Mortimer Zuckerman

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Mortimer Benjamin Zuckerman (born June 4, 1937) is a Canadian-born American media proprietor, magazine editor, and investor.wikipedia
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Boston Properties

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He is the co-founder, executive chairman and former CEO of Boston Properties, one of the largest real estate investment trusts in the United States.
Boston Properties, Inc., a self-administered and self-managed American real estate investment trust (REIT), is one of the largest owners, managers and developers of Class A office properties in the United States, with a significant presence in five markets: Boston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington, DC. The Company was founded in 1970 by Mortimer B. Zuckerman and Edward H. Linde in Boston, Massachusetts, where it maintains its headquarters.

U.S. News & World Report

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Zuckerman is also the owner and publisher of U.S. News & World Report, where he serves as editor-in-chief.
In October 1984, publisher and real estate developer Mortimer Zuckerman purchased U.S. News & World Report.

Fast Company

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He formerly owned the New York Daily News The Atlantic and Fast Company.
Fast Company was launched in November 1995 by Alan Webber and Bill Taylor, two former Harvard Business Review editors, and publisher Mortimer Zuckerman.

The McLaughlin Group

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He regularly appeared on MSNBC and The McLaughlin Group and writes columns for U.S. News & World Report and the New York Daily News.
The general format for the show consisted of moderator John McLaughin questioning four commentators, usually Pat Buchanan, Eleanor Clift, Clarence Page, Tom Rogan and Mort Zuckerman during the show′s final years.

New York Daily News

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He formerly owned the New York Daily News The Atlantic and Fast Company. In 1993, he bought the New York Daily News, which he ran until 2017 when he sold the paper to Tronc.
Mort Zuckerman bought the paper in 1993.

Tribune Publishing

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In 1993, he bought the New York Daily News, which he ran until 2017 when he sold the paper to Tronc.
Having been established in 1919 by the Chicago Tribune-New York News Syndicate, the Daily News had been owned by the Tribune Company before its sale to Robert Maxwell in 1991 and then to Mortimer Zuckerman in 1993.

David G. Bradley

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In 1999 he sold the magazine to David G. Bradley for US$12 million.
In 1999, Bradley purchased The Atlantic from publisher and real estate tycoon Mort Zuckerman for a price of $10 million.

Cabot, Cabot & Forbes

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Zuckerman spent seven years at the real estate firm Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, where he rose to the position of senior vice president and chief financial officer.
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The Atlantic

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He formerly owned the New York Daily News The Atlantic and Fast Company.
In 1980, the magazine was acquired by Mortimer Zuckerman, property magnate and founder of Boston Properties, who became its chairman.

Daniel Snyder

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Zuckerman is known to be a mentor to and close associate of Daniel M. Snyder, owner of the NFL football team Washington Redskins, and has been a financial backer to Snyder's business ventures (CampusUSA magazine), and was a shareholder and director in Snyder Communications Inc., a marketing services business which was taken over in 2000 (by Havas Advertising).
Snyder courted real estate entrepreneur Mortimer Zuckerman, whose US News & World Report was also interested in the college market and who agreed to finance his push to publish Campus USA, a magazine for college students.

John Mearsheimer

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In their 2006 paper The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy, John Mearsheimer, political science professor at the University of Chicago, and Stephen Walt, academic dean of the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, named Zuckerman a member of the media wing of the "Israeli lobby" in the United States.
Mearsheimer stated that he "would classify most of the individuals who head the Israel lobby's major organizations as "'new Afrikaners'" and specifically listed Abraham Foxman of the Anti-Defamation League, David Harris of the American Jewish Committee, Malcolm Hoenlein of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, Ronald Lauder of the World Jewish Congress, Morton Klein of the Zionist Organization of America, as well as businessmen such as Sheldon Adelson, Lester Crown, and Mortimer Zuckerman and "media personalities" like Fred Hiatt, Charles Krauthammer, Bret Stephens and Martin Peretz.

The Washington Institute for Near East Policy

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He is a member of the JPMorgan's National Advisory Board, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
Mortimer Zuckerman, publisher of U.S. News & World Report

2010 United States Senate special election in New York

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Zuckerman considered challenging Kirsten Gillibrand for her New York United States Senate seat in the 2010 election, which was to be contested for the remaining two years of what was originally Hillary Clinton's second term; Clinton's appointment as Secretary of State created a vacancy that Governor David Paterson appointed Gillibrand to fill.
Real estate magnate and publisher Mort Zuckerman was seriously considering a bid by February 2010.

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Mortimer Zuckerman – media mogul

Media proprietor

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Mortimer Benjamin Zuckerman (born June 4, 1937) is a Canadian-born American media proprietor, magazine editor, and investor.

Real estate investment trust

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He is the co-founder, executive chairman and former CEO of Boston Properties, one of the largest real estate investment trusts in the United States.

Editor-in-chief

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Zuckerman is also the owner and publisher of U.S. News & World Report, where he serves as editor-in-chief.

Forbes

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On the Forbes 2016 list of the world's billionaires, he was ranked No. 688 with a net worth of US$2.5 billion.

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On the Forbes 2016 list of the world's billionaires, he was ranked No. 688 with a net worth of US$2.5 billion.

Montreal

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Zuckerman was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the son of Esther and Abraham Zuckerman, who owned a tobacco and candy store.

Quebec

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Zuckerman was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the son of Esther and Abraham Zuckerman, who owned a tobacco and candy store.

McGill University

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Zuckerman entered McGill University at the age of 16. He graduated from McGill with a BA in 1957 and a BCL in 1961, although he never took the bar exam.

Bachelor of Arts

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Zuckerman entered McGill University at the age of 16. He graduated from McGill with a BA in 1957 and a BCL in 1961, although he never took the bar exam.

Bachelor of Civil Law

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Zuckerman entered McGill University at the age of 16. He graduated from McGill with a BA in 1957 and a BCL in 1961, although he never took the bar exam.

Bar examination

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Zuckerman entered McGill University at the age of 16. He graduated from McGill with a BA in 1957 and a BCL in 1961, although he never took the bar exam.