Wired crunched the numbers.
Or "not made," in the case of Baskin-Robbin's ill-fated Waffle Chip Dippers.
The so-called fifth taste is more marketable than ever.
The two food magazines will team up to feed your mind.
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."
In Palo Alto, a former McDonald's COO engineers the future of fast food, from the ground up.
'Wired' has obtained some questionable lesson plans.
Sorry, Scott. You're not Jesus-meets-Pele anymore.
Chris Anderson departs from his original hypothesis.
"The market has forced me to come up with techniques to be noticed."
'GQ,' 'Wired,' 'Vanity Fair,' the 'New Yorker,' and 'Glamour' will be the first to take the plunge.
Plus: USA and Fox go renewal crazy!
"They said they couldn't handle laying off everybody all at once. So every magazine has a scheduled day."
Remember how that goes? If you don't have a chair to sit in when the music stops, you … are … out!
Also, Lehman Brothers weighs its options, and 15 CPW breaks the $100 million barrier.
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