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Play, Steve Forbes, Kevin Gentzel, Mike Woods, Avery Stirratt, Robert Pietsch, Jim Spanfeller

Forbes Part Two... Final Play... De Beers Doubles Up...

Forbes on Monday continued to adjust its head count for the tough economy, restructuring its sales and marketing divisions.

Suffering Fashion Mags... Richer Readers...

It was an ugly 2008 for the entire magazine industry, and the major fashion and luxury titles couldn't escape the blows of the broader economic decline.

Photographers: Hot Shots

Meet the small but powerful group of photographers who shape society's prevailing notions of beauty by filtering what we see through their lenses.

Macy's Message for the Holidays

For its 2008 holiday advertising, Macy's is not simply counting on price promoting and pushing values.

Tough Times Hit Magazine Industry

Economy prompts cutbacks at Portfolio, Men's Vogue, and across Time Inc.

Q&A With Robert Draper... The Cuts Go On... Meredith Down...

WWD interviews GQ correspondent Robert Draper about reporting on the campaign trail. Also in Memo Pad: 'The Cuts Go On' and 'Meredith Down.'

Victoria Beckham Signs On for Armani Underwear Ads

Victoria Beckham is taking her clothes off — at least partially — for Giorgio Armani.

Memo Pad: R.I.P. Radar Again... Ad Shoots Coming to America...

Talk about a tough day for the magazine industry Friday, with Radar and 02138 announcing their ends, and twice-yearly Elle Accessories going on hiatus.

French Vogue, GQ, More,

Tea Leoni's More Cover... S&P Bearish on Print Ads... Princesses Galore...

On the one hand, having Tea Leoni on the cover of your magazine the week her separation from David Duchovny is confirmed is fortuitous timing.

New Book of Diesel Ads Pushes the Edge

Diesel ads blend lifestyle and controversy.

Fashion Editors on the Economy

Top editors at Glamour, Elle, Allure, NYT's T magazine and In Style weigh in on how the economic downturn will impact the magazine industry.

Apparel Firms Create Own Social Networks

Juicy Couture, St. John and Sears are all diving into social media, whether it's on Facebook, Myspace, or beyond.

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