A little more than a year after being elevated to president, Peter Goldstone has been let go at b-to-b publishing giant Hanley Wood.
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On the heels of an announcement late last month that McGraw-Hill Construction was expanding its Engineering News-Record Network into seven new regional markets, the company rolled out a restructuring this week that resulted in an undisclosed number of lay
The Reader’s Digest Association has named Liz Vaccariello editor-in-chief of Every Day with Rachael Ray magazine, which it publishes. Her appointment is effective November 15.
New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg’s announcement yesterday that he had named Hearst Magazines chairman and former longtime president Cathie Black as chancellor of New York City Schools had a number of people in the media industry,
Bloomberg apparently is still trying to find the right groove with its staff at Bloomberg Businessweek. The company laid off an unspecified number of staffers from Businessweek.com on Tuesday.
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During the company's third quarter earnings call Tuesday, Playboy Enterprises CEO Scott Flanders told listeners that he had “nothing new to add at this time” in regard to Playboy founder Hugh Hefner’s offer this summer to purchase all of Playboy Enterprise’s outstanding shares of Class A an
While publishers continue to complain about the revenue model of some tablet devices like Apple’s iPad, those that distribute their magazines and newspapers on Amazon’s Kindle are about to see a significant revenue bump.
Luxury lifestyle magazine Uptown is expanding its reach into the African American market. The magazine is expected to announce today that it is increasing its rate base from 200,000 to 225,000.
U.S. News & World Report has taken another step in its evolution away from the printed magazine. In a memo to staffers Friday, CEO Bill Holiber and editor Brian Kelly said the publication would cease printing a regular monthly magazine for subscribers. Instead, U.S.