is the co-chair of Loews Corporation, the company founded by his father Larry Tisch and uncle Bob Tisch. Together with his brother, James S. Tisch, and his first cousin, Jonathan Tisch, Andrew oversees a holding company involved in hotels, oil, and insurance. His mother is Wilma "Billie" Stein.
Like his brother and cousin — with whom he makes up the triumvirate now in charge of the family business — Andrew has been involved with the company his entire career. In the 1980s, he served as president of Bulova; a decade later, he moved over to the Lorillard Tobacco Company. (Loews has since divested both.)
Testifying under oath before Congress in 1994, Tisch said that he didn't believe that nicotine is addictive nor that cigarette smoking causes cancer. Susan's sister, Merryl Hiat, is married to Andrew's brother, James S. Tisch.
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*Ann Rubenstein, a former reporter for NBC who co-founded an all-girls public school in Harlem. They have two daughters named Sarah Tisch and Charlotte Tisch.