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Digital Newsweek: Unique or Harbinger?

The 79-year-old news publication will abandon print on Dec. 31, the latest magazine to bet on a less-lucrative and so-far-unproven future strictly online.

Ruth Altchek Elevated, Kristina O’Neill Hired at WSJ

O’Neill will report to Altchek under a reorganized masthead.

Amanda Turnbull Named Group Publishing Director at Hearst Magazines UK

Her role will be to drive the commercial and multiplatform growth of the British editions of Esquire and Harper’s Bazaar.

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Les Echos to Launch Lifestyle Weekly

The French financial daily will introduce the weekend supplement, dubbed W.E., starting Nov. 16.

Departures Publisher Steven DeLuca Promoted to SVP

In his new role, executive will add Travel + Leisure to his portfolio.

Layoffs Hit Condé Nast

The publishing company eliminated roughly 60 positions this week, sources said.

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Carine Roitfeld Joins Harper's Bazaar in Global Fashion Post

She’ll work with creative director Stephen Gan, her collaborator on Fashion Book, on several stories a year.

Time Inc. Will Not Replace Kim Kelleher

It’s putting in place a new leadership structure where Jed Hartman will be the group publisher of the news and business divisions.

Nina Lawrence Departs W

It came as a surprise to Condé Nast management and the magazine's staff that the magazine’s publisher said she would be departing.

Details Promotes Matthew Marden, Eugene Tong

Marden was previously market director and Tong was previously senior style editor.

Charlotte Evans Appointed Group Publishing Director of Condé Nast Johansens

Evans will have responsibility for the digital and print business development of Johansens across all the international markets the guide covers.

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Deborah Needleman Decamps for T Magazine

Executives at The Wall Street Journal were said to have done their best to hold onto her but to no avail.

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