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A Year After Leaving New York, Forbes Media's CEO Settles Into His Jersey City Digs

Mike Perlis’ office with a view

After almost 100 years in Manhattan, pre-eminent business magazine Forbes packed its offices last year and hopped over the Hudson River to New Jersey. Now located in downtown Jersey City,…

Want to Block Ads? Wired Will Start Charging You for It

Offers ad-free version for $1 a week

Tech publisher Wired, which found that more than 20 percent of its daily readers use ad-blocking software, thinks it's found a way to recoup some of that lost advertising revenue:…

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…

Fitbit Users Are Sassy (and Sweaty) in the Brand's First Super Bowl Spot

A smartwatch for every occasion

Fitbit is advertising in the Super Bowl for the first time this year with a playful ad for the Fitbit Blaze, its fitness-focused smartwatch. The spot, produced by Argonaut, flashes from…

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…

The Players' Tribune Keeps Scooping Traditional Sports Media, and Now Has a Corporate Partner

American Family Insurance is on board

Kobe Bryant leaving the Lakers, Big Papi stepping away from the big leagues, Kevin Love re-signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers—in the past, these sports scoops would have first been reported…

Does Unlimited Vacation Time Sound Like a Dream? It’s Becoming Reality at Some Ad Agencies

Motivational tool blends life and work

Project: WorldWide staffers received a late holiday gift this year when they returned to work and were given unlimited paid vacation time. The independent employee-owned network of 12 agencies is…

Proud Mom Posts a 'Celebrations' Ad in the Newspaper for Her Son's Coming-Out

Protesting the defeat of HERO legislation in Texas

Houston voters recently shot down an ambitious piece of equal rights legislation, HERO, which would have prohibited discrimination of gender identity, sexual orientation and 13 other characteristics. In response, one mother…

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