Morning Links: Quaking in Their Louboutin Booties

condenast1 Morning Links: Quaking in Their Louboutin BootiesGrim reaper consultants McKinsey are back at Conde Nast to collect those who didn’t adapt to the “new order.” [Adweek]

Molly Young is out at The Daily, she’s writing feature-length at New York magazine and rebooting her Economist blog. [WWD]

Team Forbes tried out totally baffling bubble app Colors, their photo is even on the homepage. No details yet, except that it will change the pick-up scene forever. [Forbes]

Huffington Post UK launches this summer. [Guardian]

Hulu is going international, too, which is going to make studying abroad 20% less miserable. [Bloomberg]

Steve Brill sold Journalism Online, a newspaper paywall-building outfit, to R. R. Donnelly. [Media Decoder]

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