Why the head of mega-publisher Penguin Random House is a man with a mission
from The Globe and Mail
Markus Dohle, the CEO of the newly merged Penguin Random House, looks like a cross between Aaron Eckhart and Jon Hamm. Which is also to say that he looks like a politician, a fitting resemblance as he commences his latest campaign, traveling the world to the many offices of Penguin and Random House as part of an effort toward, as he says, "transparency and connection and communication" within the new company. He is the most powerful publishing figure on the planet, but for now, all he wants to do is talk.
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