Juan Cruz: "The legend of the arrogance of 'El País' comes from people who were very arrogant in 'El País'"

Puerto de la Cruz (Tenerife), 1948. Journalist, editor and writer. His new book, Polanco Citizen (Debate) is an account of the life of the businessman who led Grupo Prisa.

I mix his book with Javier Pradera’s from last year and the idea I get is that El Pas it was built on the leadership of three bosses much feared by their subordinates: Polanco, Pradera and Cebrin.
Cebrin was blunt. It showed in his manner when he rejected a page from you, with a sign and his signature. But it was very watery

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