The global publisher serving regional markets was hit hard, but with a cash infusion, the company is confident in its future.
Articles by Caysey Welton
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An interview with editor-in-chief, Adi Ignatius, on how his brand is redefining its purpose.
The company is expecting worse Q4 ad revenue drop than what it saw during the Great Recession.
Under our "new normal," success will be defined by those who focus on long-term sustainability over short-term profits.
An interview with editor-in-chief, Jessica Pels, on her editorial strategy and mission.
Restructuring plan begins after it already announced the closure of 8 manufacturing facilities in January.
With fewer retail options, what does the future look like for magazines' past?
CEO and editor-in-chief, Edward Felsenthal, details his brand's role as a global news organization and publishing business.
The industry is in peril, but we must press on.
Debut features Brian Wilson, with more to come.