Morning Links: The Intersection of Shopping and Reading

Gilt Groupe is launching its first ever print ad campaign in GQ, for its GQ-curated ecommerce site Park & Bond.

Gilt Groupe is launching its first ever print ad campaign in GQ, for its GQ-curated ecommerce site Park & Bond. Tagline? “The Intersection of Men & Style.” [WWD]

Esquire‘s Park & Bond rival site, a partnership with J.C. Penney called Clad, launched yesterday. [Clad]

New York‘s cover price will increase by 20%, to $5.99, at the end of the year. [Adweek]

James Murdoch denies being told about widespread phone hacking and accused his former executives of giving Parliament incorrect and inconsistent testimonies. [NY Times]

Some newspapers are publishing editorials on the front page for impact. [Slate]

Piers Morgan is leaving America’s Got Talent. [Decoder]

Politico sent a cease and desist to the mysterious Newark Politico. [Capital NY]

Discovery COO Peter Liguori has left the network, after reportedly being  marginalized by Oprah Winfrey. [The Wrap]

  Morning Links: The Intersection of Shopping and Reading