"Even people who could walk there don't want to move there."
He might write hate mail to your parents.
This is to give three other editors the chance to try her job.
He'd combine it with his 'U.S. News and World Report.'
They'll go into effect in January 2011.
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.
And he's got the experience necessary.
This is the third round in two years.
That's the thesis of an exhaustive 'Atlantic' article out today.
The observer.com editor has left the building after just three months.
This one is going to take a moment to explain.
Trust us: It's not as hot as it doesn't sound.
Secretaries no longer need to carry firearms.
The 'Newsweek' editor has a hard time finding laughs on 'The Daily Show.'
As the Washington Post Company announces that the newsweekly is up for sale, some staffers inside the magazine question its leadership.
This is bad news for the struggling weekly.
Too bad, writers and editors.