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Glamour Cuts Four Editors in Advance of Move to 1WTC

Co-executive editor Lauren Brody, a 12-year veteran of the title, and Julie Stone, the magazine’s deputy editor of photo visuals of 14 years, were let go.

InStyle, time inc, karin tracy, nina lawrence

InStyle Hires New Publisher

The Time Inc. title has dismissed its publisher Karin Tracy and replaced her with Nina Lawrence of The Wall Street Journal.

Meredith Corp. Buys

Acquisition comes a month after inking a licensing deal with MSLO to purchase the rights to Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings.

Lawyers for Condé Nast Interns File Motion for Settlement

The plaintiffs’ attorneys, from Outten & Golden LLP, asked the court for the maximum settlement for themselves of 11.11 percent, or $650,000.

Barbra Streisand, Hearst, The Women’s Heart Alliance, Ronald Perelman, Gayle King,

Barbra Streisand Stops by Hearst Tower

Interviewed by Gayle King, editor at large for O, the Oprah Magazine, Streisand talked about a new campaign for The Women’s Heart Alliance and a whole lot more.

Cindi Leive, Glamour, Conde Nast, Women of the Year awards, WOTY, Lupita Nyong’o, Chelsea Clinton, Beyoncé, Beyonce,

Media People: Glamour Editor in Chief Cindi Leive

WWD caught up with Leive to talk about Glamour's Women of the Year awards, her views on the changing landscape of women’s magazines and more.

Time Inc. Shares Dive on Poor Outlook

Shares fell nearly 7 percent after the publishing company cut its annual revenue forecast.

Kate Moss, British Vogue, Mario Testino, December issue, cover, photo shoot, contributing fashion editor

Kate Moss' Latest Turn at British Vogue

The model appears on the cover of December’s edition, and also had a hand in several editorials in the magazine.

Nylon Media Taps Greenberg as CEO

Paul Greenberg will assume the position, effective immediately.

Karl Lagerfeld, H&M, The First Ten Years, designer collaborations, Alexander Wang

H&M Marks 10 Years of Designer Collaborations With Commemorative Book

A decade has passed since Karl Lagerfeld did a one-off collaboration for H&M — and the fashion industry has never been the same.

Ben Bradlee, Former Washington Post Editor, Dies at 93

As executive editor from 1968 until 1991, Bradlee became one of the most important figures in Washington, as well as part of journalism history.

Condé Nast Cuts 50 on the Business Side

The layoffs confirm rumors of budget cuts at the New York-based firm.

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