Henry R. Luce
Luce created a publishing empire. He launched the weekly Time in 1923, which was followed by the introduction of Fortune in 1930, Life in 1936, and Sports Illustrated in 1954. Luce also presided over a vast communications empire, which included eight radio and television stations, two paper companies and an interest in the Time-Life building in Rockefeller Center. He also introduced a number of Time-Life books.