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Alex Hopson hadn’t originally set his sights on the magazine industry. There were, however, several brands that he really wanted the opportunity to work with.
Millennial women know that they can go to Cosmopolitan.com if they want to learn how to create a flawless cat eye or read about politics.
For Ruthie Friedlander, site director at InStyle.com, photos of Kate Moss and Christy Turlington were, from a very early age, as important as researching trends,
Music pulled Dave Giumara into magazine media. The global head of digital trafficking at Bloomberg taught himself code and created a few music related websites while still in high school.
Billionaire Edgar Bronfman Jr.'s failed bid prompts late-Monday stock rally.
You don’t need a ton of experience to be great at what you do. Tyler Stewart, associate director of integrated marketing at GQ,
As a writer, no one’s going to care as much about your work as you do. That’s the best advice Dan Q.
For Tyler Borchers, every day begins with data. Despite only being with Vice for a short time, Borchers, who will be among the expert panelists at min’s Social Media Boot Camp,
Julia Kramer has several goals for the future, but one of her personal ambitions is to trick her body into thinking that it needs “a truly massive volume of food in order to survive.” The senior project editor at Bon Appétit has been with the brand for just a few short years,