I’ve always been fascinated by Vanity Fair’s “New Establishment” power list, dominated nearly always by media folk (there’s always a photo taken at media banker Herb Allen’s retreat in Sun Valley). The idea was that the moguls of media controlled information and public opinion, and therefore were the most powerful men in the world.
Now, Sergey Brin and Larry Page hold the crown, above Murdoch and Redstone. You think this doesn’t stick in those guys’ craw? You’d be wrong.
Details in this Daily News coverage.