Image: Victor Ganzi
Peter Kramer  /  Getty Images
Victor Ganzi spent six of his 18 years at Hearst Corp. as CEO.
updated 6/18/2008 2:42:34 PM ET 2008-06-18T18:42:34

Hearst Corp. says Victor Ganzi has resigned as CEO over policy differences with the board of the privately held media company.

Hearst, which owns newspapers, magazines and TV stations across America, said in a statement Wednesday that Frank Bennack Jr. would reassume the CEO role on an interim basis.

Ganzi had been with Hearst for 18 years, the last six as CEO. Bennack most recently had been vice chairman of the board.

Hearst's properties include the Houston Chronicle, Cosmopolitan magazine and 29 television stations.

© 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Discuss:

Discussion comments

,

Most active discussions

  1. votes comments
  2. votes comments
  3. votes comments
  4. votes comments

Data: Latest rates in the US

Home equity rates View rates in your area
Home equity type Today +/- Chart
$30K HELOC FICO 4.91%
$30K home equity loan FICO 5.20%
$75K home equity loan FICO 4.57%
Credit card rates View more rates
Card type Today +/- Last Week
Low Interest Cards 13.42%
13.40%
Cash Back Cards 17.92%
17.92%
Rewards Cards 17.13%
17.12%
Source: Bankrate.com