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Condé Nast's Wall Street Intent...Time Inc Shuffles...Newsweek's New Slogan

Condé Nast on Tuesday confirmed it’s getting ready to swap its touristy headquarters at 4 Times Square for the suits downtown in Wall Street.

Lincoln Center

Magazines Hype NY Fashion Week... The Value of 'Interactive Periodicals'...

The drum roll to New York Fashion Week is already beating loudly, and magazines are pulling out all the stops to propel the hype.

Memo Pad: Ahoy, Tina Brown... Runner's World in Deal With Puma...

Tina Brown and her husband, Sir Harold Evans, will lecture on Windstar Cruises, and they're bringing the kids.

U.K. Titles Post Modest Circulation Growth

Figures from Britain’s Audit Bureau of Circulations show most U.K. magazines still struggling.

Lagardère Keeps Quiet... A Hungry Fashion World...

It’s now been a few weeks without an update on the potential Hachette-Hearst deal.

Zee's Fashion Zoo... Desirée Rogers on Her Move to Johnson Publishing...

Joe Zee is amping his TV exposure. And Desirée Rogers has begun her post as CEO of Johnson Publishing.

Constance White Exits eBay... I-D's New Editor... From the Heart...

EBay’s style director, Constance White, is leaving the company.

Stefano Tonchi,

Memo Pad: On the W Watch... Alexander Wang Goes Multimedia...

Stefano Tonchi, the new editor in chief of W, talks about his changes to the magazine.

Newsstand Is Down — But Does it Matter?

With only a few exceptions, fashion titles saw yet further declines on newsstand in the first six months of the year.

Elle Decor, Paige Rense Roland, Margaret Russell

Margaret Russell Tapped as AD's New Editor

Since Margaret Russell is based in New York, Architectural Digest's editorial offices will move from L.A. into one of Condé Nast's locations in Manhattan.

Prevention Names Diane Salvatore Editor in Chief

Rodale has tapped the former Ladies Home Journal editor in chief to fill the vacant top slot.

Time, News Corp Report Ad Gains... Condé Nast Poaches Joe Simon...

Time Warner Inc.’s namesake magazine division posted a 4 percent gain in ad sales in its second quarter.

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