The mad men of STW

Since the days of John Singleton, STW has become a very different—and overlooked—beast. Jason Prowd makes the case for a cheapish, rather than madly cheap, stock.

Recently retired STW Communications chairman Russell Tate was reminiscing on his first days with the predecessor to STW: ‘90% of the 20-30 [staff] were very attractive blondes with not a very high IQ but were running around trying to do ‘stuff’... it was chaos’.

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