Who thought we'd ever look upon Willes' tenure as the 'good old days'?
Nearly a decade after his fall from grace in southern California and return to Utah, Mark Hinckley Willes is ready to take on his most prominent business role yet in the state he left 40 years earlier.
His is not a name many Utahns are likely to know, unless they remember he was the controversial newspaper publisher who ran The Los Angeles Times and its parent company, Times Mirror, in the 1990s.
Willes may be familiar, though, to Latter-day Saints who recognize him as the nephew of deceased President Gordon B. Hinckley, who he resembles. [Click for MORE]