|Born||Donald Edward Newhouse
1930 (age 83–84)
New York City, NY, US
|Residence||West Amwell Township, NJ, US|
|Occupation||President of Advance Publications|
|Net worth||US$ 8.7 billion (Sept. 2014)|
|Spouse(s)||Susan Newhouse (1955–present)|
|Parents||Samuel Newhouse, Sr.
Donald Edward Newhouse (born 1930) is an American heir, business magnate and philanthropist. Together with his brother Samuel, he owns Advance Publications, founded by their late father in 1922, whose properties include Condé Nast (publisher of such magazines as Vogue, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, etc.), dozens of newspapers across the United States (including The Star-Ledger, The Plain Dealer, The Oregonian, etc.), cable company Bright House Networks and a controlling stake in Discovery Communications. According to Forbes, with an estimated net worth of $8.7 billion, Newhouse is the 2nd richest resident of New Jersey and the 54th richest person in the United States. He resides in West Amwell Township, NJ with his wife.
- Katherine Irene Newhouse - school teacher at the Town School in New York; married Dr. Joseph Patrick Mele in 1991.
- Michael Andrew Newhouse - assistant publisher of the Times of Trenton; married Elyse Sue Applebaum in 1988. Elyse's brother, Scott Applebaum, is founder and CEO of Multispark, LLC.
- Steven O. Newhouse (b. 1957) - editor of the Jersey Journal; married to Gina Sanders in 1993.
He also has six grandchildren: Sarah, Robert, David, Andrew, Alex, and Kate.
- Donald Newhouse - Forbes September 2014
- CNN Money Magazine: "THE BIGGEST PRIVATE FORTUNE Media magnates Si and Don Newhouse control a $7.5-billion empire. It's a tightly private show, but there's no hiding wealth this big" By Carol J. Loomis August 17, 1987
- Newhouse: All the Glitter, Power, & Glory of America's Richest Media Empire & the Secretive Man Behind It by Thomas Maier - May 1997, p.39
- New York Times: "Miss Newhouse, A Teacher, Weds" August 12, 1991
- New York Times: "Elyse Applebaum Married in Jersey" August 22, 1988
- New York Times: "WEDDINGS; Gina Sanders, Steven Newhouse" March 1, 1993
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