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TO THE VICTORS...: On Tuesday night at the Ocean Reef Club in the Florida Keys, Condé Nast chief executive officer Charles Townsend handed out awards to the company’s top performers. Townsend named Wired’s Howard Mittman Publisher of the Year, and separately honored the entire Wired business side as the company’s highest-performing business in 2010, with a 24 percent ad page increase. Vogue publisher Susan Plagemann and her sales crew took home the next-best Peak Performance Award for their 16 percent increase. Rick Levine, Condé Nast senior vice president of editorial operations, claimed the title of Corporate Executive of the Year for growing the company’s output on digital platforms. And editor in chief Graydon Carter and publisher Edward Menicheschi won for their teamwork at Vanity Fair, which saw the company’s largest profit improvement in 2010.
— ZEKE TURNER