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Coronavirus Fact-checking Groups Get $6.5 Million Donation From Google

False information around the coronavirus is rampant and Google wants to surface facts for rapidly growing…

AMI Cuts Staff Pay by Nearly a Quarter, Citing Coronavirus

The already wavering celebrity news and gossip publisher let staffers know on a Saturday they were getting a…

Coronavirus Causes Dip in Podcast Listening

It seems everyone just wants the news, on TV and online, not a true crime podcast.

Home Alone: Do Nothing, Says Author Celeste Headlee

Just having your smartphone in your hand or having your computer or tablet in your sight line signals "work"…

Wallet Takes a Look at the ‘Masters of Marketing’ with New Issue

Olsen is also at work on a book publishing project, curatorial ones and an inter-disciplinarynomadic space.

Bruce Gilden on Gucci, New Exhibition and What’s Wrong With Fashion Photography

With Bruce Gilden's show up-and-running, Carla Sozzani is ready to help unveil "Master Cuts," an exhibition…

Backstage at John Galliano’s Dior Shows With Photographer Robert Fairer

Fairer and his wife and agent, Vanessa, mined 400 images from about 35,000 images of their Dior archives.

Scam Magazine, Newspaper Subscription ‘Ring’ Fined $16M

Fake subscriptions to The New York Times, The Washington Post, National Geographic and many more were at the…

Fake News: A Threat to Press Freedom, and Democracy

Reuters teamed with the consul generals of the U.K. and Canada to tackle the topic of misinformation and…

Condé Nast Makes Cuts to Entertainment Division

The video production arm of the publisher is being realigned and a handful of staffers let go.

Radhika Jones Is the Editor of Vanity Fair

Two years in, Jones discusses her Vanity Fair vision, identity, and the criticism she's faced.

Neiman Marcus to Celebrate Gideon Lewin Book About Working With Richard Avedon and Joanna Mastroianni’s Sixties-inspired Spring Collection

The luxury retailer will host a few events in different cities to celebrate the new book.

From The Atlantic to ‘A’: The 162-Year-Old Magazine Gets a New Logo

"Classical, that was the radical thing to do," creative director Peter Mendelsund said of the magazine's new…

The 2019 Folio: 100 and Rising Stars Honorees Keep It Short and Sweet

Giving new meaning to "keep it short," Folio asked winners to keep their acceptance remarks to 10 words.

Media People: Amy Astley of Architectural Digest

WWD spoke with Astley about her long Condé Nast career, turning around AD and rumors of her leading on Vogue…