Time Inc. is still on the hunt for a new chief revenue officer. The company — which is preparing to spinoff from Time Warner — has been without one since Paul Caine left in March.
According to Ad Age, Time Inc.’s CEO, Joe Ripp, has already interviewed at least two people for the role. Apparently the rumors that the publishing company wouldn’t be hiring a new chief revenue officer were incorrect.
A new executive would be just one of many changes expected to impact Time Inc. over the next few months. The most notable? Layoffs, of course. No one wants them, but according to chief content officer Norm Pearlstine, they’re coming.
In fact, pink slips might arrive quicker than anyone expects. One anonymous Time Inc. staffer told Ad Age that the cuts will come “sooner rather than later.” Uh, happy holidays?