Richard Hubbard, The San Francisco Examiner’s controller, who managed financial policies and development for the paper for a half-decade, died Monday. He was 63.
“Rick was one of the most dedicated and hard-working managers I’ve had the pleasure of working with. He was a friend and a partner to the entire management team, and he will be missed on many levels,” Examiner Publisher John Wilcox said. Read More
Examiner columnist Newt Gingrich wrote on Nov. 6 that he considers it a tragedy that President Barack Obama did not plan to attend the commemoration of the fall of the Berlin Wall — an event The Examiner covered with two column inches on page 12 in its Nov. 10 edition.
The Examiner’s pundits second-guess everything President Obama does — not because they truly disagree with him, but because he is the leader of the other political party. Read More