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When The Wall Street Journal decided to develop a New York section, it shelved plans for an expanded Weekend section, despite the fact that all studies seemed to indicate Greater New York would lose money and the Weekend section would make plenty of it. Now there are plans, finally, to relaunch it in the fall. Read More
Paige Rense is done! And for the first time since 1975, there will be a new editor at Architectural Digest.
Condé Nast spokeswoman Maurie Perl said the search is only just beginning now. But who will Si Newhouse and Tom Wallace speak to about the job?
The magazine has been struggling, and they need Read More
Former Domino editor Deborah Needleman told The Observer in March that she is working on the launch of a home-decorating and shopping web site with Huffington Post chairman Ken Lerer.
It will no doubt come as good news then that her now-defunct Condé Nast title finished first in a Magazine Industry Newsletter Read More
So what happens to an editrix after Si Newhouse shuts down her magazine?
Dominique Browning wrote in The Times Magazine last weekend that her life went into a free fall after House & Garden was shuttered in 2007. She details how she spent much of her time in pajamas, how she thought about death, how Read More
We promised you we’d report back to you in short order, and now we will: The Eliot Spitzer resurrection project of 2009 continues, and his next stop will be NBC’s Today Show.
Mr. Spitzer will be sitting down with Matt Lauer on Monday, April 6. Presumably, he’ll be talking about the financial crisis, Read More
On Monday night, at the bar in the Gramercy Park Hotel, Glamour publisher Bill Wackermann and Domino publisher Beth Brenner were having a blast. At one moment they were in deep conversation. The next they were slapping knees and laughing.
This was keenly observed by many Condé Nast publishers and business people in the Read More
Finally, a little January news out of 4 Times Square!
Bill Wackermann has been named the "publishing director" of Domino, the troubled shelter magazine at Condé Nast. It is essentially a demotion for Beth Brenner, the publisher of Domino who will retain her title but now has to report to Mr. Wackermann. Read More
"I don’t know anything about what’s happening at my magazine!" exclaimed Domino editor in chief Deborah Needleman Wednesday night at a party she was hosting for the magazine’s fashion issue at socialite and contributing editor Alison Sarofim‘s West Village townhouse.
Ah, Fashion Week. "I’m hoping it will still be there next week," she sighed. Read More
Domino, Condé Nast’s home-themed shopping magazine—why it’s named Domino, no one has ever been able to explain to us—got in on the Fashion Week action on Wednesday night with a low-lit, high-class party celebrating its second annual fashion issue, held at socialite (and contributing editor) Allison Sarofim’s kill-yourself-gorgeous West Village brownstone.
“It’s not like Read More
One week before the launch of Domino, Condé Nast’s decorating magazine, 41-year-old editor in chief Deborah Needleman was speaking on the phone about her own interior-design predilections, as applied to the Tribeca loft she shares with her husband, Slate editor Jacob Weisberg. Already, Ms. Needleman said, her magazine had helped the couple to solve a Read More