Press: English Eye

Harold Evans scans U.S. News

As the editor of the Sunday Times of London for 14 years, Harold Evans was known for his emphasis on crusading reporting and crisp graphics. In 1981 he brought his lively talents to the paper's staid daily sister, the Times, which he edited for a year before being ousted in a dispute with Rupert Murdoch. Now Evans' English eye will be tested at a very American publication: Mortimer Zuckerman, who last month paid $176.3 million for U.S. News and World Report (circ. 2,050,000), has announced that he is giving Evans, 56, the nebulous job of...

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