The magazine may get an afterlife — as leftovers.
He replaces Josh Tyrangiel, who left in November to helm 'Bloomberg Businessweek.'
The 'Vogue' publisher wants to helm his own company.
That is a thing that happened. Today.
"Maybe you were still in school when I broke the NSA story, I don't know. It was back when you were in kindergarten, I think."
We think it must have something to do with balance.
And our old friend Neel Shah heads to la-la land!
The recently retired White House Briefing Room lifer opens up to 'Vice,' of all places.
It's a big day in the land of fashion editorial.
So sayeth Deborah Needleman, former 'Domino' editor.
'Times' and 'Journal' also in the running for front-row seat.
The 89-year-old columnist was ruined by her recent comments about Israel.
One paper copied the other paper's ads ... This is all getting a little hard to follow.
After 40 years, she's leaving Condé Nast.