Condé Nast's business title has finally closed.
It's just your standard-issue case involving rape, murder, and pig theft.
So they're shipping it off before it sinks. (Sorry.) And more, in today's media news.
Oh, no! Other areas!
And more grim news from the struggling media industry.
Remember how that goes? If you don't have a chair to sit in when the music stops, you … are … out!
Drew Schutte is out at 'The New Yorker,' and Lisa Hughes is in.
The awkward puberty of the media continues.
Is she just trying to sell magazines? Because it's working. Pass us the Little Debbies, please!
Soon we will all be paid in 'floating gold coins or mushrooms,' says one media critic.
As if they could take her down as easily as, say, some Gawker editors and a scrapbooking Website.
Changes at spinoff and niche titles, and bad news from Condé Nast.
In further Condé Nast belt-tightening, the December and January issues of the fledgling business magazine will be combined, as will the June and July issues, and the edit budget will be cut by 5 percent.
The stoically straight men's fashion magazine is just nuzzling up closer with its fabulous sister.
Reports have Anna Wintour's manbaby shrinking to only a couple of issues a year, or maybe closing altogether.
‘If you have an open position on your team,’ says one Nast publisher, ‘they’re going to make you stand on your head until you’re blue in the face before you fill it.’
GOD, is there anything that guy DOESN'T get?
No, not in the Damian Hirst sense, though that would be amazing: The art-loving SAC Capital Management CEO could have some problems with the SEC if he's not careful. Plus! An ex–Bear CEO jumps ship at JPMorgan, Natalie Portman's apartment goes on the block, and Condé Nast has a green issue, in our daily rundown of industry news.
Plus, the latest on Giuliani Partners, S.I. Newhouse, and Citigroup in our daily industry roundup.
But they did better than analysts predicted. That, plus the latest on Hamptons real-estate prices, Condé Nast's upper echelons, and the "You go girl!" spinner, in our daily industry roundup.