At the end of 2011, Tom Martin, vice president of manufacturing operations at Cygnus Business Media, will retire, capping a 37-year career in the magazine business.
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Hanley Wood saw improvement "marginally overall," with revenue up in the high single digits and earnings up 20 percent in the first half of 2011 ("albeit off a very depressed base,"
First it was rumors that investors in Prometheus Global Media were looking to unload the company, which publishes The Hollywood Reporter and AdWeek.
Former Cygnus Business Media president Mike Martin–who became executive vice president of the Cygnus Public Safety & Security group after the president position was eliminated in February–will now give up his full-time role and become a consultant with the b-to-b publisher.
When you deal with a lot of people in a lot of places and have a lot of conversations, along with the brilliant stuff comes very dumb stuff as well.
Former Schofield Media employees are still wondering if there is a chance that select brands may be revived after the company shut down last week as a result of lender Wells Fargo pulling financing.
The list of aggressive private equity investments in publishers that flamed out during the recession is a long one and that list also nearly included Forbes Media, according to an article in the
Thought the postal battle had achieved temporary détente?
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. reported revenue of $54.9 million for the second quarter of 2011 compared to $55.3 million during the same period last year.
TIME is ranked number one in the latest Digital IQ Index from "digital innovation think tank" L2 that measures the digital aptitude and ad revenue-per-page of 87 magazine brands.The rankings were developed by NYU Stern professor Scott Galloway.