Publishing giant Time Inc. has made another series of significant staffing changes, announcing the elimination of the group publisher positions at its business and finance network and also the restoration of the publisher positions at Fortune and Money magazines.
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CMP Technology’s corporate restructuring is nearly complete, according to CEO Steve Weitzner.
Take another editorial staffer off the masthead of Condé Nast’s Portfolio. Women’s Wear Daily—which is also owned by Condé Nast—reports today that senior writer Katrina Brooker is the latest in a series of editorial staffers to leave the magazine.
In what is sure to be one of many similar announcements throughout the industry, Cadmus Communications says today that it plans to raise its rates this fall in response to an anticipated spike in paper prices.
Time magazine has been ordered by Indonesia’s highest court to pay $106 million to controversial former Indonesian dictator Suharto for a May 1999 cover story, “The Family Firm,” that alleges his family amassed billions of dollars during his rule, the Associated Press
As we scoured the Internet this week for news about the unfortunate shuttering of Time Inc.’s Business 2.0, we came across a blog post recalling the similar demise of tech mag the Industry Standard six years ago.
When the news broke earlier this week that Time Inc. would shutter Business 2.0 and reassign many of its editorial staff members to sister publication Fortune, some in the industry wondered why the publisher didn’t sell the ailing magazine instead.
As part of an ongoing collaboration, the national alliance of Women In Film and General Motors have launched a free online magazine for women in the entertainment industry.
Playboy has announced plans to venture into the online social networking space with
It didn’t take long for the axe to fall on San Francisco-based Business 2.0. Less than a week after reports indicated that publisher Time Inc.