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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.

Media Industry's October Slasher

Publishers are spending the month in closed-door meetings as they look for ways to tighten their belts even more.

Variety Hosts Annual Power of Women Luncheon

The event is one of the more elite industry powwows, this one focused on philanthropic women named “Lifetime Impact Honorees.”

The Newspaper Guild Rejects Time Inc.'s Offer

Contract negotiations could impact about 210 newsroom employees.

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Media People: The New Yorker's David Remnick

Remnick, editor in chief of The New Yorker since 1998, chats with WWD about the magazine, native advertising — and why he likes "Girls."

Nathan Lump Making Changes at Travel + Leisure

The new editor in chief is said to have dismissed five people on the edit side of the Time Inc.-owned glossy.

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Catherine Gundersen Named Managing Editor at Marie Claire

More staffing news is said to be coming from Marie Claire, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.

Joanna Coles Adds Seventeen Magazine

The editor in chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine has now been named editorial director, and given responsibility for Seventeen Magazine as well.

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Mary Berner Discusses MPA's New Metrics

The association will no longer provide monthly ad-page numbers and circulation figures in its media industry newsletter.

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Hearst Editor John Mack Carter Dies at 86

Carter spent six decades in magazines, and helped shape a new agenda for women’s titles in a pre-feminist era.

New York Times Reshuffles Masthead

Dean Baquet, the executive editor of The New York Times, sent a memo to his staff Wednesday, providing details on his new masthead.

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