On 2 October 2003 on the eve of a special election to elect a new governor of California, the Los Angeles Times published a long investigative article about allegations of sexual misconduct on the part of the top candidate: movie star turned Republican gubernatorial hopeful Arnold Schwarzenegger. The result was surprising. As much as it made Schwarzenegger a subject of discussion, it has also do the same for the Times itself. In part because it seemed only a few days after the election … Read more »

On 2 October 2003 on the eve of a special election to elect a new governor of California, the Los Angeles Times published a long investigative article about allegations of sexual misconduct on the part of the top candidate: movie star turned Republican gubernatorial hopeful Arnold Schwarzenegger. The result was surprising. As much as it made Schwarzenegger a subject of discussion, it has also do the same for the Times itself. In part because it seemed only a few days after the election, and partly because of a history of criticism of the newspaper for what his critics had claimed a liberal political bias, the Times found himself with publicly defend their decision to do what it be understood to be a central task of a major newspaper-motion recording of a politician. HKS case number 1,790.0
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Esther Scott,
Alex Jones
32 pages.
Release date: 01 April, 2005. Prod #: HKS355-PDF-ENG
‘The story of the story “: The Los Angeles Times coverage of Arnold Schwarzenegger HBR case solution

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