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Maxwell Financial Empire #336765

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 05, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(London: Tom Fenton) Collapse of the late Robert Maxwell's publishing empire featured; December 3 scenes of Maxwell's sons, excerpt from "60 Minutes", November 5 scenes of Maxwell's yacht, scenes of his burial shown. [Media analyst Derek TARRINGTON - comments on Maxwell.] Maxwell's March purchase of the "New York Daily News", which filed for bankruptcy today, recalled. ["New York Daily News" reporter Bob GEARTY - comments.] MacMillan, "Collier's Encyclopedia" and "OAG (Official Air Lines Guide)" listed as examples of companies to be affected by collapse of Maxwell's empire. [Former editor, "Daily Mirror" Roy GREENSLADE - comments on Maxwell's alleged embezzlement.] Police said investigating reports that Maxwell took millions of dollars from his public companies in the weeks before his death.

Fenton, Tom;
Rather, Dan

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