The Guardian, Monday 18 October 2004
For a moment Sir Ray Tindle appeared a little unsure how many titles were sheltering in his nationwide newspaper stable. He settled in the end on 175, but his uncertainty doesn‘t indicate that he is losing the plot. Just the opposite: it is a sign of the volatility of his extraordinary empire. He is now overseeing one of the most innovative of newspaper experiments by launching a series of monthlies and they are coming on stream so fast that even the company chairman is bound to lose count.
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