"Martha!" gasped 9-year-old Madeline Zakarian in awe, as Martha Stewart walked into one of the test kitchens in one of her many headquarters, located along the Hudson River in Manhattan. Everyone else sitting in the kitchen-slash-studio agreed with that sentiment. Seeing Martha Stewart in person can have that effect.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia appears to have found a solution for its struggling magazine business: hand it over to another publisher.
With holiday season in full swing, publishers have been gathering around the city to toast their various magazines. While the low-key trend of years past persisted in many corners, other titles still managed to inject a bit of glitz into their affairs.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia is undergoing a major round of pre-Christmas layoffs. The New York Post reported that up to 100 MSLO staffers—or about 25 percent of the company’s workforce—were expected to be axed today.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia has named Daniel Dienst as its new chief executive in the company’s third CEO change in less than three years.
Not long after a major shake-up on the publishing side, Condé Nast Traveler is overhauling its editorial leadership.
It’s been two weeks since the release of Flipboard 2.0, which gave users the ability to create their own custom magazines using repurposed content.
So AOL has named Susan Lyne CEO of its brand group. This move is intriguing for numerous reasons. Among them are: How many CEOs can one company have? AOL already has Tim Armstrong, who is CEO of the company, and Ned Brody, who's CEO of AOL Networks.
Capping a year of turmoil that included layoffs, titles closing and the failure of its Hallmark Channel show, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia’s president and CEO Lisa Gersh is out.