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October 23, 2013 | By Ricardo Lopez
Amid accusations that it violated minimum-wage and overtime laws, magazine publisher Conde Nast has canceled its internship program, a spokesman confirmed Wednesday. Two former interns sued Conde Nast, publisher of magazines that include the New Yorker and Vogue, in June accusing their former employer of failing to pay them minimum wage at their summer jobs. The lawsuit, filed in New York, follows recent legal action by other interns suing media companies for similar violations.
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January 15, 2014 | By David Ng
Her name is at the top of the masthead of Vogue magazine. This spring, it will also grace the newly renovated costume institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The Met announced Tuesday that it is naming the building housing its costume institute after Anna Wintour, the editor in chief of Vogue. The Anna Wintour Costume Center is scheduled to reopen to the public May 8 after extensive renovations.  Museum officials said the curatorial department will continue to be known as the Costume Institute.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 12, 2013 | By Joe Flint
Publisher Conde Nast is creating video networks based on its Glamour and GQ magazines. The move is part of a broader expansion the company is making into television and digital under Dawn Ostroff, a former high-ranking television executive who has overseen programming at Lifetime and the CW Network. The Glamour channel, which will be available on the magazine's website as well as on YouTube, will include shows about makeovers and, of course, what guys want. The GQ offering will focus on fitness and fashion.
NEWS
November 1, 2013 | By Karin Klein
It's easy to say that unpaid or barely-paid interns at Conde Nast magazines or other companies shouldn't take the job if they don't like the conditions, and that they certainly shouldn't turn around and sue over it. But that take on a recent lawsuit against the publishing company - and on Conde Nast's decision not to offer any more internships, paid or otherwise - overlooks the fact that the rule on what an internship is, and what the young interns...
NEWS
November 1, 2013 | By Karin Klein
It's easy to say that unpaid or barely-paid interns at Conde Nast magazines or other companies shouldn't take the job if they don't like the conditions, and that they certainly shouldn't turn around and sue over it. But that take on a recent lawsuit against the publishing company - and on Conde Nast's decision not to offer any more internships, paid or otherwise - overlooks the fact that the rule on what an internship is, and what the young interns...
NEWS
October 22, 1993 | GERALDINE BAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The world watched in fascination when eight people emerged intact after two years sealed off in Biosphere II. Yet here in Manhattan, it seems perfectly normal that armies of skinny women wearing regulation black survive year upon year sealed off from reality at 350 Madison Ave., the command post of Conde Nast and its 13 magazines. Inside 350 is the beating heart of sophistication. Like the magazines themselves, the people who work there are chic yet predictable.
BUSINESS
May 24, 2013 | By Shan Li, Los Angeles Times
The gig: Emily Schuman, 30, is the lifestyle maven behind the popular blog Cupcakes and Cashmere, a confectionary collection of stylish outfits, recipes, home decor tips and do-it-yourself projects. Think Martha Stewart meets Carrie Bradshaw. The blog also led to a book deal for the California native. Titled "Cupcakes and Cashmere: A Guide to Defining Your Style, Reinventing Your Space, and Entertaining With Ease," it hit shelves last August and landed on the Publishers Weekly bestseller list.
TRAVEL
July 9, 2000
Regarding Wilson Low's suggestion on including more information on first-class travel ("Rich Man, Poor Man," Letters, June 11): If we had just won the lottery or even if we were in our 80s and had never traveled, we would not be receptive to $5,000 each to fly first class to Europe. The type of travel that he espouses is completely out of reach for most of us. He should stick to Conde Nast. CHARLES JONES Calabasas
OPINION
October 12, 2009
Re "The gloss is off the magazine industry," Oct. 6 How sad to read that Gourmet magazine was pruned by its parent company, Conde Nast. In the current corporate model, when a division or product line struggles, instead of rallying the business acumen needed to fix it, the company lops off that division or product. In doing so, it fails its employees; it fails its customers; it fails the history and tradition of the products we use; it fails to shepherd excellence. Conglomerate giants, with their witless slash-and-burn methods, have proved themselves too big not to fail.
NEWS
March 13, 2013 | By Jenn Harris
Halle Berry's dress kept "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno more than engaged during the star's visit to the program Monday night. Berry left very little to the imagination in her cleavage-bearing Reem Acra mini-dress. [ Los Angeles Times ] Ann Wintour has gotten a promotion. Conde Nast will announce that the editor of Vogue and editorial director of Teen Vogue will be the new artistic director of the company. Wintour will continue her duties at Vogue and Teen Vogue but will take over some of the tasks Si Newhouse, Conde Nast's 85-year-old chairman, used to oversee more regularly.
BUSINESS
October 23, 2013 | By Ricardo Lopez
Amid accusations that it violated minimum-wage and overtime laws, magazine publisher Conde Nast has canceled its internship program, a spokesman confirmed Wednesday. Two former interns sued Conde Nast, publisher of magazines that include the New Yorker and Vogue, in June accusing their former employer of failing to pay them minimum wage at their summer jobs. The lawsuit, filed in New York, follows recent legal action by other interns suing media companies for similar violations.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 8, 2013
Judith Glassman Daniels Pioneering editor who oversaw creation of Savvy magazine Judith Glassman Daniels, 74, a pioneering editor who oversaw creation of a magazine for executive women called Savvy at a time when magazines catered to stay-at-home mothers, died Sept. 1 of stomach cancer at her home in Union, Maine, said her husband, Lee Webb. In a career that spanned 35 years in New York, Daniels served in senior editing positions at the Village Voice, New York magazine, Time Inc. and Conde Nast.
NEWS
June 7, 2013 | By Adam Tschorn
Conde Nast men's magazine Details has commissioned 20 members of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, including Marc Jacobs, Billy Reid, and Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osbourne  --  the design duo behind Public School, which took home the  CFDA Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent in Menswear earlier this week -- to create one-off custom weekender bags to benefit the CFDA's charitable efforts. Photo Gallery: Details, CFDA custom weekender bags Each designer was asked to customize a standard-issue olive drab Army-Navy duffel bag bag, and the results will be up for auction (starting bid $75)
BUSINESS
May 24, 2013 | By Shan Li, Los Angeles Times
The gig: Emily Schuman, 30, is the lifestyle maven behind the popular blog Cupcakes and Cashmere, a confectionary collection of stylish outfits, recipes, home decor tips and do-it-yourself projects. Think Martha Stewart meets Carrie Bradshaw. The blog also led to a book deal for the California native. Titled "Cupcakes and Cashmere: A Guide to Defining Your Style, Reinventing Your Space, and Entertaining With Ease," it hit shelves last August and landed on the Publishers Weekly bestseller list.
NEWS
March 13, 2013 | By Jenn Harris
Halle Berry's dress kept "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno more than engaged during the star's visit to the program Monday night. Berry left very little to the imagination in her cleavage-bearing Reem Acra mini-dress. [ Los Angeles Times ] Ann Wintour has gotten a promotion. Conde Nast will announce that the editor of Vogue and editorial director of Teen Vogue will be the new artistic director of the company. Wintour will continue her duties at Vogue and Teen Vogue but will take over some of the tasks Si Newhouse, Conde Nast's 85-year-old chairman, used to oversee more regularly.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 12, 2013 | By Joe Flint
Publisher Conde Nast is creating video networks based on its Glamour and GQ magazines. The move is part of a broader expansion the company is making into television and digital under Dawn Ostroff, a former high-ranking television executive who has overseen programming at Lifetime and the CW Network. The Glamour channel, which will be available on the magazine's website as well as on YouTube, will include shows about makeovers and, of course, what guys want. The GQ offering will focus on fitness and fashion.
HEALTH
May 24, 2004
"There's No Getting Away" (May 10) is a much-needed wake-up call for a lot of us. Our acutely consumerist society sets us up for this, however. It's no surprise that the magazines on my nightstand bear such familiar headlines as "Hawaii: 20 Perfect Places to Stay Now," "St. Bart's Sexiest Villas" and "World's Best Cruise Ships." We're conditioned to gauge the quality of vacations by whether they are "perfect" and "sexy" and ranked. Somehow I think Robert Louis Stevenson (the great Scottish author)
NEWS
June 29, 1989 | From Times wire services
Mitzi Newhouse, the widow of newspaper and magazine publisher S. I. Newhouse, a patron of the arts and a leading figure in women's fashion, died today at 87. Mrs. Newhouse was an ardent supporter of the theater, and her gift in 1973 of $1 million to help establish the Mitzi Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center enabled Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival to become part of the performing arts center. She was also a contributor to the Parsons School of Design, where she studied as a young woman, and to the Manhattan School of Music.
NEWS
February 11, 2013 | By Russ Parsons
Ruth Reichl has always been fearless, as a restaurant critic, as a boss and as a friend. She'll tell you exactly what she thinks, good and bad. In an interview this weekend with the fashion website Daily Front Row , it's good to see nothing has changed. Writer Alexandra Ilyashov got the former L.A. Times and New York Times restaurant critic and former Gourmet magazine editor-in-chief to open up over lunch at Barbuto. Although, knowing Ruth, "getting her to open up" probably consisted of turning on the tape recorder and asking the right questions.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 11, 2012 | By James Rainey
Magazine publishing giant Conde Nast shook up its corporate sales staff Wednesday by placing digital advertising boss Josh Stinchcomb over sales for print, digital, mobile, video and marketing services. The change displaced Tom Hartman, vice president of corporate sales, who is leaving the company that publishes Vogue, Glamour, GQ, Allure, Vanity Fair and 13 other titles. Hartman previously served for five years at Gourmet magazine, ending as publisher. He is one of a dozen staffers leaving as a result of the changes.
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