Dun dun DUNNNN.
It's Smith's first job at Hearst.
And they all had food on the mind, naturally.
"If you change a magazine too much, you risk pissing off a lot of your readers. If you don’t change it enough, you don’t give the press enough to write about."
Also, a Texas man scammed Condé Nast into paying him $8 million.
Anna, you've been doing it the hard way.
Also, the 'Times' profiled 12-year-old designers and Dolce & Gabbana made gym clothes for the Milan boxing team.
'Gourmet Italian Kitchen' continues the 'Gourmet' special-edition series.
Also, Petra Nemcova got engaged, and Juicy Couture's VP of global marketing has abruptly left the company.
Twenty-two-year-old community college student Ross Ulrich confessed to FBI agents when they raided his family's home.
Plus, Neiman Marcus is undergoing major staff shake-ups, and Christian Lacroix is directing a museum exhibit in Paris.
Condé Nast's parent company gets ready to spend.
"I'm kind of an avocado fiend. They're like nature's butter."
"Sleeping With the Boss" is two rungs above "Does All the Work, Gets No Credit, Tells Everyone About It."
Will he be "the next editor on the hot seat"?
A 'GQ' style editor will head up the troubled culinary mag.