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Hearst Replaces ‘Woman’s Day’ Editor

Hearst Magazines has replaced its editor in chief of Woman's Day, the company announced today. Susan Spencer of Time Inc.’s All You will take over for Elizabeth Mayhew, who “has decided to leave the company,” according to a statement from Hearst, which acquired the magazine along with the rest of Hachette Filipacchi Media last spring.

Hearst Sells ‘Cycle World’

Hearst Corp. has completed the sale of Cycle World to Bonnier Corp. Cycle World is a small title for motorcycle buffs that Hearst inherited, along with Elle, Car and Driver, and Road & Track, when it acquired Hachette Filipacchi Media earlier this year.

Jack Essig Named to Lead Hearst’s Men’s Titles

Hearst Magazines' Michael Clinton had long been a fan of Men's Health publisher Jack Essig, but it took years to find the right offer to lure him over to the women's title-heavy Hearst.

Hearst Magazines President Carey, Times’ Carr Face Off

When The New York Times’ David Carr is in the interviewer’s seat, it’s hard to tell who’s going to be the bigger attraction: the interviewee or Carr himself—especially now that he’s a movie star, thanks to the new documentary, Page One, about the Times' Media desk.

Elle’s Kevin Martinez Exits

At least one of the execs from Hearst's newly acquired Hachette Filipacchi Media isn’t sticking around to be part of the new enterprise. Kevin Martinez, who was demoted from publisher of Elle after Hearst acquired the fashion monthly, resigned Friday, company sources said.

Hearst Announces More Changes Post-Deal

Another day, another round of changes at Hearst Magazines.

As Hearst-Hachette Deal Closes, Robin Domeniconi Lands Corporate Role

With Hearst just completing its deal with Hachette Filipacchi Media deal, the big question mark was where Robin Domeniconi would land.

Hearst Completes Lagardère Deal

With his French hosts and his international CEO at his side, Frank A.

Hearst Aims for May 31 to Close on Hachette Deal

Hearst is poised to close May 31 on its nearly $900 million deal to buy Lagardère’s magazines outside France, including New York-based Hachette Filipacchi Media.