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The New York Times Keeps Growing — Slowly

Executives revealed Thursday that, through the third quarter, the newspaper had 324,000 total paid digital…

WSJ. Magazine to Honor Innovators of the Year

At a ceremony at MoMa on Oct. 27, awards will be given out in a range of categories.

Michael Wolff Leaves AdWeek

Prometheus chairman Jimmy Finkelstein will continue a search for a successor.

Jill Abramson’s Time

Jill Abramson’s feud with Howell Raines was so intense that she was prepared to leave The New York Times…

Emily Nussbaum Headed to The New Yorker

The New York Magazine writer will succeed Nancy Franklin as The New Yorker’s TV critic.

Publishers Optimistic About Tablet Business

Smaller tablets coming to the market, such as the Nook Color and the Kindle Fire, mean greater opportunities…

Carolyn Kremins’ Close Encounter

The new publisher of Condé Nast Traveler shares an anecdote from a recent vacation in Botswana.

Condé Nast Names First President of Entertainment

Dawn Ostroff joins the publishing company from the CW and UPN, where she headed the networks.

Michael Wolff to Stay at AdWeek

After weeks of speculation, it appears Prometheus Chairman Jimmy Finkelstein has finally decided to keep the…

Publishers: Tablet Business Is Picking Up

At a panel at the American Magazine Conference, executives from Condé Nast and Hearst said that drawing $10…

Huffington Post Taps Rita Wilson

In her role as editor at large, Wilson will over see the site's new baby boomer vertical, called HuffPost/50.

Q&A: Catching Up With Frank Rich

WWD chatted with the once-a-month New York Magazine writer and former Times columnist at a recent party held…

Lisa Belkin Heads to HuffPo

The longtime New York Times writer will write primarily for the recently launched parenting vertical.

Observations From ‘The Puppy Diaries’

New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson’s new book will be released in two weeks.

More, and Less, of Harper’s Bazaar

Now that Hearst has had its hand on Elle for four months, the publisher is ready to roll out some changes at…