The Real Deal New York

The Closing: Jonathan Tisch on power breakfasts and never winning an Emmy

By Katherine Clarke | May 22, 2013 10:30AM

From the May issue: Jonathan Tisch is the co-chairman of the board of Loews Corporation, a publicly traded company started by his grandparents in the 1940s that’s now worth in excess of $50 billion. The company has interests in off-shore drilling, insurance and commercial real estate with a major focus on hospitality. His family also owns 50 percent of the New York Giants. Tisch — the son of late business mogul Robert Tisch — is also chairman of Loews Hotels, a Loews subsidiary which owns and operates 19 hotels in the United States and Canada, including the Loews Regency Hotel at 540 Park Avenue. [more]