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Which Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover Is Leading the Conversation on Social Media?

Another win for Ronda Rousey

Sports Illustrated made history this week with the release of its annual Swimsuit edition cover—or, more accurately, covers. For the first time, the Time Inc. brand produced multiple covers—three, to be…

In a Major Sales Restructuring at Time Inc., 3 Top Execs Will Focus on Specific Categories

Automotive, pharmaceuticals, tech and telecom

Time Inc. today announced a major restructuring of its sales business that has three of the company's top publishing execs moving away from day-to-day magazine roles to instead focus on…

The Atlantic Takes Top Honors at National Magazine Awards

Here are your 2016 Ellie winners

Last night in New York, the American Society of Magazine Editors handed out this year's National Magazine Awards (also known as Ellies) to 18 different print and digital publications. The…

Glamour and Self Magazines Just Launched a New Sales Network Called Condé Nast Aurora

Targets advertisers looking for positivity

The past year and a half has brought some major structural changes to Condé Nast, where several brands' business operations have merged to create large-scale sales offerings. First, there was…

After 20 Years, David Granger Is Stepping Down as Esquire's Editor in Chief

His successor is Town & Country's Jay Fielden

There's a significant changing of the guard taking place at Hearst where it was announced today that longtime Esquire editor in chief David Granger will step down after nearly 20…

Why Time Chose Angela Merkel as Person of the Year Instead of Donald Trump

ISIS leader was also a runner-up

Among a field that included Donald Trump and the leader of ISIS, Time surprised many this morning when it named German Chancellor Angela Merkel as its Person of the Year. "No…

Why The New Yorker Filmed Its New Ad Campaign in Los Angeles

Appeal beyond the Empire State

For its new ad campaign, The New Yorker went clear across the country for inspiration. The Condé Nast title tapped New York agency SS+K, which brought in film director J.C. Chandor…

Longtime Publishing Exec Bill Wackermann Is Out at Condé Nast

T publisher will replace him at Traveler

More big changes are in the works at Condé Nast, which has already seen plenty of upheaval in the past few weeks. This morning, company president Bob Sauerberg announced that…

Condé Nast Shutters Details and Merges Self's Sales and Marketing Team With Glamour's

Expands GQ Style in effort to keep some advertisers

Those persistent rumors of Details' imminent demise are finally coming true. In a memo sent to Condé Nast staffers this afternoon, president and soon-to-be CEO Bob Sauerberg announced that the…

Allure's Founding Editor in Chief Has Surprisingly Left Her Role

Nylon's Michelle Lee replaces Linda Wells

In a surprising move, Condé Nast announced today that Allure's founding editor in chief, Linda Wells, is stepping down after more than two decades at the helm. Her replacement, effective immediately,…

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