This week, New York Fashion Week took over the town, and the hottest magazines were around to toast the celebration. Harper's Bazaar hosted its annual Bazaar Icons event at the […]
From The Republican National Convention in Cleveland to red carpets in Los Angeles, media stars were everywhere this week, celebrating premieres, launches and summer.
Netflix and AMC celebrated season premieres, Arianna Huffington inspired women athletes and Meredith execs hosted the Iconic Beauty Awards breakfast.
Women's magazine publisher Meredith Corp. has acquired Grocery Server, a digital firm that powers location-based ads for food and retail brands.
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SXSW Interactive took place in Austin, drawing attendees from all industries to celebrate innovation and technology, while magazine parties and charity galas commenced in New York and LA.
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