Joe Dolce, Former ‘Star’ Editor, Gets a Taste of ‘Culture’

MEDIA
• Former Star editor-in-chief Joe Dolce resurfaces, bringing Culture & Travel magazine back into the spotlight. [WWD]
• Former Seventeen editrix Atoosa Rubenstein resurfaces, bringing Alpha Kitty back into the spotlight. [HuffPo]
• And for those wondering how to keep tabs on colleagues who are masthead hopping, check out e-newsletter Gorkana, brought to your in-box by friendly PR people. [NYT]

FINANCE
• Bear Stearns has been advising Cablevision on how to increase shareholder value, which includes the potential sale of Rainbow Media. [NYP]
• Goldman posts smallest quarterly profit in three years. Not so smug now, eh? [WSJ]
• Visa's $18.76 billion IPO could set Wall Street records. [CNN]

LAW
• Big law firms are bracing themselves for a less-than big 2008. [Law Blog/WSJ]
• Ninety-nine-cent text messages could cost NBC Universal tens of millions of dollars. [DealBook/NYT]