Urban planning around women in Louboutins.
The company's editorial director is out, and she is very much in.
Employees of the storied media company still struggling with basic email etiquette.
Same old hierarchy, bitchin’ new cafeteria.
"We’re not all friends here."
The iPad guru and Condé Nast golden boy will replace Chris Anderson as editor.
The editor-in-chief of twelve years pursuing "an entrepreneurial dream."
Glamour and Fairchild are also reportedly at risk.
Also, Goldman Sachs.
All evidence points to a staffer at 'GQ' as the culprit.
Yes, it's bitchy.
Sorry, Scott. You're not Jesus-meets-Pele anymore.
It's Smith's first job at Hearst.