The proverbial table has been turned for Reed Business Information. Following a suit its Reed Construction Data unit brought against rival McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge, the publisher is now facing a lawsuit brought against it by construction information service provider BidClerk Inc.
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Men’s Health publisher Rodale Inc. has promoted Mary Murcko from senior vice president and publisher of Prevention to executive vice president and group publisher. In this new role, Murcko will be responsible for advertising sales and marketing efforts for Rodale’s print and digital properties.
Not long after being let go as editor of Bonnier's Garden Design in June, Sarah Kinbar went to work dreaming up the concept for a new gardening lifestyle Web site.
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Following an exodus of some of the magazine’s top editorial talent and a round of layoffs last week, Newsweek has made one big appointment is looking to make at least a couple more.
Celebrity glossy OK!, which was launched into the U.S. market in 2005 by U.K.-based owner Northern & Shell, has since enjoyed steady ad page growth and has been the subject of much criticism—especially on the financial end of the business.
A New York U.S. District Court judge has ruled in favor of McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge to dismiss three of the counts brought against it last year by competitor Reed Construction Data alleging corporate espionage, among other things.
For a lot of publishers, creating an app for Apple’s iPad is like blazing a new trail—in more ways than one.
Hugo Lindgren has been named editor-in-chief of the New York Times Magazine. Previously, Lindgren served as executive editor of Bloomberg Businessweek.