This is a surprise.
Would the links site be better off with cheezeburgers instead of Condé cafeteria salads?
But exactly how fierce can this battle become when neither site feels very important in the year 2010?
Plus, Christian Siriano's Craigslist imposter!
Plus, more September cover reveals.
It is “highly likely” that the magazine company will move downtown in 2013.
Well, cross one name off of the list of potential replacements for Tina Gaudoin at 'WSJ' and Gerry Marzorati at 'The New York Times Magazine.'
Also, Tory Burch shot her first denim campaign on the High Line, the Sartorialist's seating drama, and more.
Who will succeed Chuck Townsend now?
"It could be TV," he says.
The 'Vogue' publisher wants to helm his own company.
After 40 years, she's leaving Condé Nast.
'Vogue' editor Sally Singer is said to have turned down the job.
"Even people who could walk there don't want to move there."
What do you do when you're a magazine company that's tired of working right at the heart of a tourist-infested, legendary-but-charmless Manhattan transit hub? Consider moving to the other one, apparently.