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Condé Nast Parent Company Acquires 1010data for $500M

by Angela Guess Joab Jackson reports for Computer World, “Advance, a global media group that owns the Condé Nast group of consumer publications, has ventured into the realm of data analysis, purchasing New York-based analytics firm 1010data for $500 million. Show More Summary

Gawker Announces New Leadership

Following a chaotic couple of weeks that saw the poorly-received outing of a Condé Nast executive, the resignation of two top editors, the announcement of a new(ish) editorial mission, and a number of buyouts, things might be starting to settle down at Gawker Media. On Thursday, the International Business Times... More »

20 of the best hotels in Italy

Luxury, history, style—there's no place like Italy. And there are no places in Italy like these amazing hotels, named the best by our Condé Nast Traveler readers. From the ivy-covered Hotel Raphaël to the Grand Hotel Majestic on Lake Maggiore, here are the best hotels in Italy. Show More Summary

Condé Nast Rumored to Shut Down Self Magazine — Design News

Pin it There's more unrest over at Condé Nast; it's rumored that the publisher will be shuttering their women's fitness magazine Self. READ MORE »

Is 'Self' in Trouble?

Both WWD and The New York Post reported on Friday that Condé Nast may soon fold some of its titles — or convert them to all digital publications — and that Self and Details are in the most danger. The trade points to rumors that the two titles might merge with Allure and GQ,... Continue reading

Gawker Will Undergo “Relaunch” on Monday; Nick Denton Says Ta-Nehisi Coates Would Be His Ideal Editor

According to Adweek, after a now-infamous (and now-nonexistant) article about the sex life of Condé Nast’s CFO led to a cataclysmic week for Gawker’s infrastructure (long half-apologies from Nick Denton! the resignation of Max Read and...Show More Summary

'We Need Some Limits': A Very Brief Q&A With Gawker Founder Nick Denton

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

For nearly a week, Gawker has been in crisis mode. A widely reviled story about a Condé Nast executive's private life—which was published July 16 and pulled by founder Nick Denton the following day—set the spark. Two top editors have resigned. Show More Summary

Glenn Greenwald Calls Gawker's Outing Of Condé Nast CFO 'Despicable'

Journalist Glenn Greenwald joined HuffPost Live Wednesday to weigh in on a controversial Gawker article that outed a married Condé Nast executive, revealing his correspondence with a male escort. The firestorm continued even after the...Show More Summary

Public editor: New York Times could do a better job of linking

The New York Times In a post that examined The New York Times’ decision not to link to a story that exposed an alleged attempted tryst between Condé Nast executive David Geithner and a male escort, New York Times Public Editor Margaret...Show More Summary

THE DAY GAWKER TORE ITSELF APART, from Lloyd Grove of the Daily Beast, who also formerly worked for …

THE DAY GAWKER TORE ITSELF APART, from Lloyd Grove of the Daily Beast, who also formerly worked for Condé Nast, whose CFO’s life was upended by Gawker last week. Grove writes, “When the history of Gawker Media is someday recorded—and perhaps presented as a case study in flawed judgment at whatever journalism schools might still […]

Condé Nast's New In-House Native Ad Studio Debuts Its First Campaign

Six months after its buzzy launch, Condé Nast's in-house native ad unit, 23 Stories, which allows advertisers to work directly with the publishing company's editors, is finally unveiling its first campaign: a Bon Appétit cover sponsored by Samsung. Show More Summary

Kahuna and Segment Hook Up to Help Brands Quickly Personalize Marketing Campaigns

Kahuna and Segment have hooked up — and not on Tinder, my friends. Segment is a major customer data hub that works with companies such as Nokia, Conde Nast, and Rdio, and which developed a single SDK for collecting customer interaction data. It also integrates third-party tools for analytics and marketing. Word is that the […]

Why I Wouldn't Have Taken Down Gawker's Controversial Story

Last week, Gawker reported on a text-message conversation in which Condé Nast CFO David Geithner solicited a male sex worker, who then tried to blackmail him. The internet exploded at Gawker, calling the story gay-shaming. In response to criticism, Gawker Media founder Nick Denton apologized and took the story down. Show More Summary

Top editors at Gawker resign over deleted story

Two of Gawker's top editors resigned Monday after management deleted a story about an executive at Conde Nast who tried to book an escort.

Gawker’s Existential Crisis

At 12pm today, outgoing Gawker editors Tommy Craggs and Max Read held a meeting with the company’s editorial staff to explain their decision to resign over founder Nick Denton’s decision to delete a post about a married Condé Nast executive’s efforts to arrange sex with a male prostitute. Since the... More »

Gawker’s Editor-in-Chief and Executive Editor Resign Over Pulled Post

After Gawker’s recent report about the specifics of Condé Nast CFO David Geithner’s sex life raised questions (and incited anger) about the site’s journalistic ethics, Gawker Media’s managing partnership decided — in an extremely rare move — to remove the post. Now, two of its highest-ranking editorial staffers have resigned over the decision. …Read More

Two senior editors at Gawker resign over controversial post on a Condé Nast executive

Two senior editors at Gawker Media resigned in protest of the company's decision to remove a controversial post last week, saying editorial decisions shouldn’t be determined by the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Gawker Outs One Cheater and the Internet Condemns Gawker—Hackers Expose 37 Million Cheaters and the Internet Condemns Cheaters

2 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Late last week Gawker posted an item about an "C-suite executive" at Conde Nast, a married father of three (a married-to-a-woman father of three (I'm old enough to remember when we didn't have to clarify those things)), who made arrangements to spend a weekend with a gay male escort/porn star/conspiracy theorist. Show More Summary

Gawker Editors Quit, Saying Advertiser Pressure Led to Controversial Post Being Pulled

This morning, Tommy Craggs, executive editor at Gawker Media, and the website's editor in chief, Max Read, resigned from their posts over the decision to remove a controversial story about a high-ranking Condé Nast executive. The resignations are the latest fallout in a tumultuous 72 hours for the company. Show More Summary

Top Gawker Editors Resign After Deletion of Controversial Post

Two top Gawker editors have resigned over the deletion of a controversial story on a married Condé Nast executive's attempt to hire a gay escort. Gawker Media executive editor Tommy Craggs and editor-in-chief Max Read announced their decisions on Monday morning, saying that they felt they could not remain at Gawker because the company's managing... More »

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