The editors are slowly but surely making some staffing changes.
The paper is moving well beyond the traditional syndication model.
After so many years covering beauty, new editor in chief Emily Dougherty has put a lot of work into a full redesign of the magazine.
Stephanie Mehta made the jump from Vanity Fair to Fast Company earlier this year.
Reporter Ali Watkins is being reassigned after crossing a clear line of journalistic ethics.
A reporter inside when the shooting occurred said “it’s bad.”
Brant is poised to be paid back for the “loans” he made to his magazine over the years. Those who worked for it unpaid are not so lucky.
InStyle’s Laura Brown and Laura Frerer-Schmidt celebrate the new issue and Meredith acquisition.
Carey said he’s headed to a year-long program at Harvard University and plans to focus on “societal issues” going forward.
The media company is expecting final bids very soon, WWD has learned.
The magazine is looking to emphasize its corner on the lucrative global wellness market.
The paper didn’t waste time in naming a successor to Tronc’s most recent pick after Marty Baron and Dean Baquet were approached for the job.
With the altruistic leanings of new owner Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, staffers are hopeful for the future of the historic paper.