Bob Sauerberg

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

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 33-year-old magazine's December 2015/January 2016 issue will be its last.

Major Executive Shake-up at Condé Nast

Condé Nast is in the midst of a major shake-up in its executive ranks that has president Bob Sauerberg greatly expanding his role and two major figures—COO and CFO John Bellando and editorial director Tom Wallace—departing the company.

Condé Nast Continues Corporate Hiring, Adds Brand Exec

For years, Condé Nast was reluctant to push its storied brands like Vogue and GQ onto other platforms. Well, no more.

Condé Nast Creates Entertainment Unit

Vogue and Vanity Fair publisher Condé Nast has been focusing on reducing its dependence on print revenue. In one of the biggest moves yet toward that goal, it announced the creation of a new division, Condé Nast Entertainment, and named TV vet Dawn Ostroff as its president.

Mag Executives See Gold in Tablets

Magazines have been heavily criticized in recent years for their practice of deeply discounting the price of subscriptions. But industry leaders see the potential in tablet devices to change that model.

Condé Nast Fires Longtime ‘Brides’ Editor

Long-expected changes at Condé Nast started Sept. 15 when Millie Martini Bratten was replaced after 17 years as editor in chief of Brides and more than 30 at the company.