Mitigating risk in philanthropy: When starting ProPublica, Herb Sandler hired a top CEO

11/27/2013 |

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When Herb Sandler started his not-for-profit investigative newsroom, he looked for “the best person in America for the job of CEO.” He found Paul Steiger, managing editor of the Wall Street Journal for 16 years—during which time the WSJ won 16 Pulitzer.
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