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  • "Downtown, by contrast, faces challenges from looming lease expirations at the World Financial Center and supply additions at the World Trade Center, yet Condé Nast's recent decision to relocate from Midtown could be a game changer."

    Office Values Near Record

  • The company wants "a multi-channel relationship with our consumers that includes print and includes other ways that they want to access us," Julie Michalowski, vice president of business development for Conde Nast's consumer marketing division, told the Bloomberg BusinessWeek's 2010 Media Summit.

    Media Morning: Companies will offer plenty of free stuff on the Web, despite paywalls

  • Chris Anderson is editor-in-chief of Wired, and Malcolm Gladwell is a top brand name at The New Yorker, and as corporate cousins, clearly Condé Nast's publicity machine must have engineered this beef, trying to boost sales of both their titles through a completely manufactured rivalry.

    Free Criticism, Science After Data, and Airport Books - Anil Dash

  • Steichen knew his commercial ambition would lead to a break with the purist Stieglitz, but he seems to have decided that Condé Nast's paychecks and his own growing celebrity amply compensated for banishment from his former mentor's circle of artists.

    From the Shadows of Giants

  • To pursue new areas of growth, Condé Nast's parent company, Advance Publications Inc., has set aside $500 million to invest in digital properties.

    New Business Model in Vogue at Condé Nast

  • The 67-year-old Mr. Townsend spoke in an interview about acquisition strategy, the ad environment, and changing Condé Nast's culture of largess.

    New Business Model in Vogue at Condé Nast

  • Condé Nast's chief executive, Chuck Townsend , says he spends most of his time tending to the stabilizing-yet-fragile print business, which still accounts for most revenue.

    New Business Model in Vogue at Condé Nast

  • Or Conde Nast's 120-year-old Vogue, the ultimate fashion statement in 19 countries?

    Colin Morrison: Is This the World's Most Successful Magazine?

  • In 2008, Conde Nast's Portfolio magazine uncovered what came to be known as the "Friends of Angelo" program.

    Mozilo PaysRecord Penalty For Securities Fraud

  • Among the large publications posting significant gains on the newsstand were Condé Nast's Vogue (up 12.7%), Weight Watchers International 's Weight Watchers magazine (up 9.8%), Time Inc.'s All You (up 8.9%) and Hearst Corp.'s Food Network magazine (up 5%).

    Magazine Sales Fall as Celebrity Titles Fade

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