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

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.

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Morning Links: Conde Nast Appoints Two International Executives