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Going on six years as CEO of Rodale, the company her grandfather founded in Eastern Pennsylvania in 1930, Maria Rodale has strengthened the roots of the health and wellness publisher that's home to magazines like Men's Health, Prevention and Runner's World even as she has refashioned much of it in her own style.
Rodale has found its new president, tapping Scott Schulman to grow revenue and develop strategy for the health and fitness publisher. He'll start Oct. 28 and report to chairman and CEO Maria Rodale.
Four years into her run as CEO of health and fitness publisher Rodale, Maria Rodale is looking to bring in both a president and COO help to run the 83-year-old family-controlled company.
Rodale's Prevention is kicking off the new year with a new look, a new focus and a new price. But unlike most women’s magazine redesigns, which are aimed at hooking younger readers, Prevention is embracing its core baby boomer audience.
Health and fitness publisher Rodale is bringing in a new executive to oversee the digital division it created as part of an October shake-up.
Rodale’s top sales executive and onetime rising star Mary Murcko is exiting Rodale in a big shakeup at the health and fitness publisher.
It’s been another tough week for Rodale. It’s had a string of talent exit lately, and now another top executive, Gregg Michaelson, has left the health and fitness publisher.Also leaving was Karen Rinaldi, evp and gm of Rodale Books, after three years with the company. The company said she would leave Oct. 7 as part of a restructuring of the department.