Ralph Lauren quietly shuttered its two-year-old 20,000-square-foot store last week. Other brands are expected to close boutiques in a city that has lost its luster for cash-rich mainland Chinese tourists.
The 15th-annual awards ceremony recognized the accomplishments of a cross section of beauty executives.
The new audio visual publication is members only and carries no advertising.
Stephen Lacy, Meredith ceo addressed acquisition rumors at a media conference earlier this week.
CNN’s Stelter, The Washington Post’s Sullivan and The Onion’s Mike McAvoy talked about the role of the media during a Trump presidency.
The editor in chief will leave Time Inc. at the end of the month.
Food Network star Ree Drummond will get her own magazine, beginning June 2017.
Magazine publishers continue to shrink their beauty teams with Shape cutting its executive beauty director, as publishers such as Hearst continue to consolidate editors across departments.
The head of Condé Nast France will replace Italy’s chief Giampaolo Grandi on the executive committee.
The New York Times senior editor will fill the spot left by Arianna Huffington.
On Monday, there were more than 362,000 mentions of Victoria’s Secret across Facebook and Twitter.
The ceo of Fox News’ parent 21st Century Fox talked about changes at the network following Ailes’ departure.
Also heard at Business Insider’s Ignition conference: Arianna Huffington wants Donald Trump to get some sleep.
Rachel Martin discusses the challenges of reporting in the Trump era and the importance of audio storytelling.
The former president and ceo of Hearst International is now an adviser and investor for Swipecast, a platform for booking talent.