Executive Departures at Conde Nast Loosen Salary Freeze

07024ts Executive Departures at Conde Nast Loosen Salary FreezeOne year after “cushiness” left Conde Nast, it might be coming back in the form of raises for some staffers.

Page Six hears that salary freezes at the company that have been in place since 2008 are starting to loosen up, and certain staffers will start to see raises soon.

Scott Dadich certainly got a raise yesterday, and with the recent departure of three high-level executives at the company — Richard Beckman, Tom Florio and David Carey — there is new space in the budget. The company has told reporters that it will not replace Mr. Florio.

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