New York publisher Larry Burstein is stepping down from his role. Burstein had served as the magazine’s publisher for the past 13 years.
Burstein will leave New York a few weeks after a chief revenue officer is hired.
“I’ve found myself thinking about reinvention a lot lately, and with the company in a strong position have decided the time is right to do it once more myself,” Burstein wrote, in a memo to staffers.
“A trusted partner to editor Adam Moss and revered mentor to a new generation of sales and marketing professionals, Larry can move on knowing we’re on the strongest possible footing,” said New York Media CEO Pam Wasserstein, in a statement. “I’m grateful for his enormous contributions and wish him the very best.”