Morning Links: Conde Nast Appoints Two International Executives

Conde Nast chairman John Newhouse has named Nicholas Coleridge and Moritz von Laffert president and vice president, respectively, of Conde Nast International, according to a press release.

A real reporter is being investigated like a tabloid phone hacker. [NY Times]

A reporter recanted his Wall Street Journal editorial…in The Atlantic. [CJR]

Julian Assange says editors are corrupted by their association with the powerful people they pretend to hold accountable. [Journalism.co.uk]

Topman is launching a magazine. [WWD]

Two takes on Occupy Wall Street and Kalle Lasn, the Adbusters editor behind its inception. [New York Times, New Yorker]

An online paper outlet owned by Staples, Quill.com, has licensed the fictional Dunder Mifflin brand from NBC Universal’s The Office in a bid to increase sales with TV taglines. [WSJ]

 

Morning Links: Conde Nast Appoints Two International Executives