Rich Battista's rise at Time Inc. is nearly complete: 17 months after joining the company, he has been named president and CEO, taking over for Joe Ripp who was named executive chairman of the board.
Rich Battista's rise at Time Inc. continues. Fifteen months after joining the company, CEO Joe Ripp has named him evp of Time Inc. and president of brands, overseeing all of the company's storied titles.
Time Inc. has already implemented numerous cost-cutting measures ahead of its spinoff from parent company Time Warner, which was officially completed yesterday when CEO Joe Ripp rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
Time Inc. is officially saying goodbye to the Time & Life building, its home in midtown New York since 1959.
Save the date: On June 6, Time Inc. will officially complete its long-awaited spinoff from parent company Time Warner, which was first announced over a year ago.
Tribune Publishing and Time Inc. are set to spinoff as independent companies later this year, following News Corp's separation from Rupert Murdoch's media empire last year. Both have illustrious pasts, but today they're unwanted assets, facing low morale and unfavorable publishing industry trends with the shift to digital.
Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp today is leaving the 34th floor of the Time and Life building, the cavernous executive offices that have long been home to the company’s top echelons of leadership—but have also become synonymous with remote management and plodding decision-making.
Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp is continuing his winnowing of the publishing company ahead of its spinoff from Time Warner, announcing layoffs while eliminating the longtime brand operating clusters that contained the company’s diverse titles.
A company spokesman said Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp wasn't involved in his son Brendan Ripp’s promotion to publisher of Sports Illustrated.
There were more changes at Time Inc. today, where Brendan Ripp was named the new publisher of Sports Illustrated and SI.com, reporting to Time Inc. evp and Sports Group president Mark Ford.