|Thomas O. Hicks|
Race or Ethnicity: White
Party Affiliation: Republican
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Owner of the Texas Rangers
According to New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, "The vice chairman of Clear Channel is Tom Hicks, whose name may be familiar to readers of this column. When Mr. Bush was governor of Texas, Mr. Hicks was chairman of the University of Texas Investment Management Company, called Utimco, and Clear Channel's chairman, Lowry Mays, was on its board. Under Mr. Hicks, Utimco placed much of the university's endowment under the management of companies with strong Republican Party or Bush family ties. In 1998 Mr. Hicks purchased the Texas Rangers in a deal that made Mr. Bush a multimillionaire."
 Paul Krugman, "Channels of Influence", The New York Times, 25 March 2003.
Brother: R. Steven Hicks (b. 1950)
HM Capital Co-Founder and CEO (1989-2005)
Hicks & Haas Inc. Co-CEO and Co-Chairman (1984-89)
Clear Channel Vice Chairman (2000-)
Member of the Board of Clear Channel (2000-)
Member of the Board of Home Interiors & Gifts, Inc.
Member of the Board of Pinnacle Foods Corporation
Member of the Board of Viasystems Group (1997-, as Chairman, 2002-)
Member of the Board of Yell, Inc.
Americans for a Republican Majority
Campaign America Inc.
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
The Freedom Project
John McCain 2008
McCain for Senate '98
New Republican Majority Fund
Romney Victory Inc.
Solutions America PAC
SPORTS FRANCHISE HISTORY
Dallas Stars Owner (1995-)
Texas Rangers Owner (1998-)
Liverpool FC Joint Owner (2007-)
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