Condé Nast Wants a Cut of Writers' Film, TV Deals (Updated) 18 weeks ago
Condé Nast is claiming rights to its contract writers' articles if they are optioned for a film or television show.
By Alexander C. Kaufman
Bob Sauerberg named president; Chuck Townsend retains CEO title
Longtime New York Observer editor to take over for Patrick McCarthy
Will replace mag division president Cathie Black, who is being kicked upstairs
Publisher and longtime Condé Nast executive to exit title
Condé Nast names Teen Vogue's Laura McEwen to vacant post
Condé Nast vet replaces Stefano Tonchi, who jumped to W in April
Paige Rense Noland, 81, tried in recent years to make title celebrity-friendly
Publisher says it's sold 365 copies of December issue for device
New editor announces new hires ahead of strategic repositioning
New York wins four, New Yorker nabs three; Wintour gets emotional
The iPad dominates ASME's annual conference, but rest of talk maddeningly familiar
T's Tonchi to take over as EIC at W; plus, shuffling beats at the Times
Nonetheless, mega-publisher is encouraged by growth, usage
"The goal is to make the music and entertainment and media brands important on multiplatforms, and turn it into a global business"
Fairchild fashion group chair takes new gig with new owner e5
Part of Times Square shut down by NYPD; suspicious vehicle investigated
Condé Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp., Time Inc. partner for digital storefront
Publisher building digital version of magazines for new devices.
At least 13 staffers let go; publisher restructures digital sales ops.
Slow, methodic bloodletting brutal for morale.
Inside the numbers, title by title.
Publisher launches international dating site.
On heels of "Black Monday," publisher presses for "future growth."
CEO Chuck Townsend's e-mail to staff: 'Changes will speed recovery of our businesses.'
On heels of McKinsey study, publisher closes four titles, including Gourmet.
Moves come less than a month after bankruptcy filing.
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation