New executive Tom Finn spent most of his career at Disney.
Ceos Mark Thompson and Robert Thomson want more oversight of and transparency in “Big Digital.”
Meanwhile, Trump’s Justice department has its first loss since 2004.
The writer and famed former groupie is pleased with the movement but lamented the freedom of rock’s heyday.
“The earth is pretty f–ed,” Parley for the Oceans founder Cyrill Gutsch said.
The high-end lifestyle magazine has brought on Kim Peiffer.
The longtime editor has a lot of material to pull from.
The Wall Street Journal has been slowing moving forward with its restructuring.
The magazine likely owes millions to its many, many creditors, but could dodge paying up, despite Kelly Brant’s plans to relaunch the title.
Hazel Eakman claims she’s waited years for full payment from Fusion Model Management.
Could brand agencies be the next wave of publishers?