Despite a driving rain, nearly 500 people made it to mid-town Manhattan’s Guastavino’s Thursday night for BusinessWeek‘s "What’s Next?" party, celebrating the magazine’s first redesign in four years.
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Time magazine plans to appeal an order by Indonesia’s Supreme Court to pay $106 million to the country’s controversial former dictator Suharto for a May 1999 cover story that alleges his family amassed billions of dollars during his rule.
Even as the real estate market continues to slip, b-to-b residential housing and commercial construction publishing giant Hanley Wood is maintaining an aggressive business strategy.
Spin magazine founder Robert Guccione, Jr. on stepping down from his post as Discover Media CEO and assuming instead the role of chairman: "I’m an entrepreneur,
The Hearst Corporation has made a bid to purchase Emap plc’s consumer publishing division.
An off-color comment about African American hairstyles made by a Glamour associate editor a few months ago is proving to be a headache that won’t go away for editor-in-chief Cindi Leive.
When the news broke late last week that Cygnus Business Media had announced to employees through an internal memo that their salaries will be cut by 7.5 percent,
Not a response to Portfolio, president says. BusinessWeek is getting ready to pull back the curtain on the magazine’s first major redesign in four years. The fresh look, packaged with a number of editorial changes, will debut with the issue on newsstands Friday, October 12.
Santa Clara, California-based Olive Software has launched ViewPoint 2.0, an updated version of its platform for transforming editorial and advertising content into re-usable, searchable micro-content. The latest installment includes a number of new features, including more scalability, automated component detection and improved customization capabilities.
Time Inc. Switches Publishing Software Systems