With 11 restaurants in three countries, a trio of cookbooks and multiple TV appearances, Marcus Samuelsson—the celebrity chef whose grandmother started him cooking at the age of 6—has lots of memorable experiences in the kitchen.
If the fashion’s record-breaking September issue paging is any indication, the luxury wave is still booming.
Further evidence of the strength of luxury advertising in an otherwise slumping ad market, Departures this month is launching Home + Design, a one-off issue that will be delivered to half a million subscribers—otherwise known as American
AOL has lost the leader of its business’s biggest bright spot. The company confirmed on Thursday that Ned Brody, who ran AOL’s ad tech arm AOL Networks, has resigned.
American Express Publishing has given expanded duties to Steve DeLuca at a time when the company faces growing print competition for the luxury ad dollar.
The hits keep coming for Zynga. Problem is, hits for the social gaming company used to mean another uber-popular game—likely ending in -ville.
Ross Levinsohn lost the Yahoo CEO gig after serving as interim chief following Scott Thompson’s ouster. Now Yahoo is losing Levinsohn, as first reported by AllThingsD.
Haven’t you always dreamed of owning a Hamptons weekend getaway “inspired” by the Lazienki Palace in Warsaw and the Château de Groussay outside Paris, like the mega-crib featured in this month’s Veranda?
Nicole Lapin left a plush gig as anchor of the CNBC program Worldwide Exchange last week, in part to start her own multimedia production company aimed at bringing her unique brand of business news to a wider (and younger) audience.
Flash sale sites like Gilt.com may have taken off lately, but Departures, the AmEx Publishing magazine that is sent free to those members, is taking a decidedly different approach to e-commerce.