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Memo Pad: Hearst Names Elle Publisher... Tiffany & Co. Gets Editorial...

On the day that the U.S. portion of the $919 million Hearst and Lagardère deal closed, Hearst Magazines named Kevin O’Malley the publisher of Elle.

Michael Kors Taps Lisa Pomerantz

She joins the brand as senior vice president of global communications and marketing.

Marie Claire Editor in Chief Joanna Coles Re-ups

Is a fashion editor’s head on the table in the Hearst Tower?

Trey Laird, Karla Martinez, Cecilia de Sola, Piamita,

Shooting the CFDA Journal... Missoni's Target Romp...

Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin got the nod from Trey Laird to shoot this year’s CFDA journal.

Pierre Bergé Lashes Out Against Le Monde

Investor said to keep stake in newspaper despite “fit of temper.”

Condé Nast's Groundbreaking... Robin Marino Moves On...

Mayor Michael Bloomberg and executives of Condé Nast and the Port Authority gathered at 1 World Trade Center to mark the signing of the company's lease.

Memo Pad: Frank Bruni's New Role... Joe Zee Back for Second Season...

With only a few weeks before The New York Times reinvents its Sunday Week in Review section, the paper has a new op-ed columnist: Frank Bruni.

Rankin Opens Exhibit at Milk Gallery

He’s also put a call out to stylish New Yorkers who want to be part of a live photographic performance.

WSJ. Magazine Expands

Editor in chief Deborah Needleman has made a series of hires.

By the Numbers: Ad Page Sales Mixed

Among lifestyle magazines, Vanity Fair had the biggest increase, up 6.5 percent to 650 pages.

Condé Nast Gets Digitally Active

Publishing company announces the creation of a new marketing services division, Condé Nast Ideactive.

Lady GaGa, Darcy Miller Nussbaum, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, Jessica Seinfeld, UJA-Federation of New York, UJA, Women Who Influence, luncheon, “Lady Gaga: Strange and Beautiful,” Plexus Publishing, Laura Coulman,

Memo Pad: UJA Honors Darcy Miller Nussbaum... Jumping On the Gaga Bandwagon...

The UJA-Federation of New York honored Omnimedia's Darcy Miller Nussbaum and Jessica Seinfeld at its first Women of Influence luncheon.

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