The newspaper cut nearly a dozen people in a reorganization of non-editorial staff around “missions” to speed up subscriptions.
The president said “rules” are being written and if they’re not followed, reporters can still be thrown out of briefings.
The second issue of the all-female print magazine goes on sale Nov. 16.
Even Trump-favored Fox News sees a CNN reporter being banned from covering the White House as an unacceptable move against the press.
The 75-year-old title will no longer have a regular print schedule, as Hearst continues to change under its new magazines president.
Jay Penske has made a number of investments and acquisitions over the last year, while Brant looks to be getting out of media altogether.
The box will be centered around health and wellness products.
The first Women of the Year conference under Samantha Barry was a typical array of women’s empowerment panels and speeches.
Chief communications officer Cameron Blanchard’s departure is just the latest high-level change within Condé Nast.
The newspaper is digitizing its archive to showcase more photos and redesigning its business section around “digital storytelling.”
With its continued sell-off of Time Inc. titles, Meredith is significantly reducing what it paid for those it kept, like People and InStyle.
There were jokes, songs, sequins and Virgil Abloh awarding Lauren, who assured the other successful recipients, “You’re all doing great.”