As John Koblin reported yesterday, Condé Nast is implementing across the board budget cuts. Men’s Vogue was forced to reformat itself down to a glorified supplement to its big sister publication; Portfolio is dramatically scaling back its Web site and limiting its run from 12 issues a year to 10.
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From The $10,000 Question by John Tierney, The New York Times, Aug. 23, 2005:
I don’t share Matthew Simmons’s angst, but I admire his style. He is that rare doomsayer who puts his money where his doom is.
After reading his prediction, quoted Sunday in the cover story of The New Read More
“I’m looking forward to being surprised,” New York Times editorial-page editor Gail Collins said. Ms. Collins was elaborating on The Times’ March 1 announcement that reporter John Tierney would be the newest addition to her stable of Op-Ed columnists.
Mr. Tierney, Ms. Collins said, is an “out-of-the-box” thinker with a knack for contrariness. Her department, Read More