Glamour and Self Magazines Just Launched a New Sales Network Called Condé Nast Aurora

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The past year and a half has brought some major structural changes to Condé Nast, where several brands' business operations have merged to create large-scale sales offerings. First, there was the creation of the Food Innovation Group (a combination of Bon Appétit, Epicurious and The Shopper's Network), followed by Teen Vogue's sales team being folded into big sister Vogue, and finally Glamour took over the business operations of Self (which led to Self publisher Mary Murcko leaving the company).

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