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As one of the nation’s largest global, diversified information, services and media companies, Hearst has been leading with purpose for more than a century, with a mission to inform audiences and improve lives.

Hearst invests in healthcare solutions to help improve patient outcomes and technology that curbs emissions; provides vital analysis, data and software to the global financial services industry; delivers important service and investigative journalism; and inspires audiences with sports and entertainment programming.

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Standing With New York City

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Hearst Tower

Following one of America’s greatest crises, Hearst chose to solidify its commitment to New York City by approving and constructing a state-of-the-art headquarters that would serve as a beacon of resiliency and sustainability. The first skyscraper to break ground in New York City after 9/11, and completed in 2006, Hearst Tower rises 46 stories above its historic landmark base, blending past and future unlike any other office building in North America.

“Besides bringing together our nearly 2,000 employees under one roof, the ultimate fulfillment of this development plan would importantly mark our commitment to the great city of New York. For more than 100 years, Hearst has operated in New York, always serving the community’s interests as it became a world-class media company.”

Frank A. Bennack Jr., Executive Vice Chairman and Former CEO
Hearst Tower

Supporting Nonprofits at Hearst Tower

Hearst Tower has long been a home away from home for nonprofit organizations in search of a place to gather and share their mission. From gallery spaces, to the world-class Joseph Urban Theater, to the HearstLive media installation, Hearst leverages its New York City headquarters for good by opening doors and amplifying the work of changemakers.

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Some of the nonprofits Hearst has welcomed include: