March 26, 2016

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A recap of this week's top stories:

  1. Playboy is Up for Sale, Sources Say
    The 62-year-old men's magazine is said to be hitting the auction block just weeks after debuting its first nudity-free print issue.
  2. Layoffs Hit International Business Times
    IBT Media cuts a yet-undetermined number of employees and announces that Peter Goodman is also leaving the company.
  3. What Do Event Attendees Want Most? Free WiFi, Charging Stations
    New research from CEIR indicates that exhibition organizers aren't always on the same page as their attendees.
  4. People on the Move
    Harper's Magazine finds a new editor, The Atlantic names a new head of Re:think and more...
  5. Digital Advertising: A Shady, Shoddy, Fast-Growth Business
    How can publishers make a business out of a series of shady practices?

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