Did you know that about him? We certainly didn't. But the paper also spent a great deal of time discussing his character. And though we agree with their assessment, only the Times would compare "The Young and the Restless" to the ancient, epic poetry of Homer:
"With their gloomy denouements, soaps have been called the people's "Iliad." The Troy of ""Y&R" is Genoa City, Wis., where, at least on the show, every encounter is freighted with a knowledge of past infidelities, rivalries and betrayals…."
With so many business moguls in the news for either fraud or general poor management, it's refreshing to hear about one tycoon who always makes the right move, even if he's completely fictional.