Paul Foley

Paul Foley started his career as a newspaperman in Chicago and Detroit, served briefly on the foreign staff of the Associated Press, and headed the OWI News Bureau in Istanbul during World War II. At the time of publication, he was vice chairman of McCann-Erickson, Inc.

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