Condé Nast settled a nasty lawsuit with unpaid interns, but those interns are still getting paid peanuts in the grand scheme of things. Which is kind of sad, because, well, Condé Nast has a ton of money, and internships are … More »Show More Summary
Conde’ Nast‘s Barbara Peterson looks at the United MileagePlus option to redeem miles for meals at their Newark hub. As part of an impressive re-do launching for United’s terminal at Newark, there are several top-end eateries going in. Show More Summary
Earlier this month, Condé Nast commenced its long-anticipated move to 1 World Trade Center, whose landlord is counting on the magazine publisher to anchor the building and attract other hip companies to the fortified Financial District. The ongoing rodent problem at Vogue, however, might give some prospective tenants pause. Even Anna Wintour is worried. Read more...
Glamour is the latest Condé Nast magazine to make cuts as it moves into new company headquarters at 1 WTC. According to WWD, Glamour has let go of four editors, including Lauren Brody, its executive editor for the past four years. Another Glamour veteran — deputy editor of photo visuals Julie Stone — was cut as well. Show More Summary
Interns triumphed over the publisher in a class-action lawsuit brought by thousands of former interns from magazines like Vogue and the New Yorker.
Score one for the interns: On Thursday, Condé Nast agreed to pay $5.8 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by thousands of former interns who say they were underpaid during their time at the company. The lead plaintiffs were...Show More Summary
Last year, two former interns at magazines owned by Condé Nast filed a class-action lawsuit against the company for underpaying them and thousands of other interns, in violation of labor law. According to recent court filings reported...Show More Summary
As Condé Nast continues its migration to One World Trade Center, the company has lightened the load. According to The New York Post, GQ has cut five staffers on its digital side, including multimedia editor Kevin Sintumuang. Sintumuang...Show More Summary
Here’s a look at the FishbowlNY posts that made the most buzz this week. 1) Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise — Two Years Later 2) AOL Still Has 2.2 Million Dial-up Subscribers 3) Live, From ESPN… It’s Simmons’ Right! 4) Condé Nast Moves to...Show More Summary
Yesterday, 1 World Trade Center opened its doors to the first wave of Conde Nast employees who will be occupying floors 20 through 44. Here's a sampling of how they feel: [ more › ]
ON NOVEMBER 3rd the first office workers moved into One World Trade Centre, a new skyscraper built on the site of the 2001 terrorist attacks in Manhattan. Around 170 employees of Condé Nast, a media company, moved into the building, which stands at a symbolic 1,776 feet (541 metres) high and took eight-and-a-half years to complete. Show More Summary
Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Condé Nast Moves to 1 World Trade Center (FishbowlNY) The first wave of Condé Nast staffers settled into their new digs at 1 World Trade Center Monday morning. THR...Show More Summary
One World Trade Center, America's tallest building, on Monday welcomed its first tenants, publishing group Conde Nast, in a symbolic moment 13 years after the 9/11 attacks that brought down the original Twin Towers. About 175 executives...Show More Summary
The media company will occupy floors 20 through 44 in 1 World Trade Center, confirming a shift in the culture downtown.
It’s moving day for the journalists lucky enough to have office space in One World Trade Center, which opened Monday. About 175 employees from magazine company Condé Nast are slated to move into the building today, and CEO Charles Townsend already stopped by to check out the digs. Show More Summary
The World Trade Center Re-Opens 13 Years After 9/11 via Fox News Thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack, World Trade Center is opening for business again. Conde Nast will start moving Monday into One World Trade Center, a 104-story,
Thirteen years after the Sept. 11 attacks, the first tenants moved their belongings into the newly built One World Trade Center with enthusiasm tinged by emotional remembrance. About 200 Condé Nast employees on Monday walked through the revolving doors of the building, America’s tallest...
Employees of the magazine publisher Condé Nast arrived for their first day of work at 1 World Trade Center Monday morning, marking the reopening of the site thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack. Charles Townsend, the CEO of...Show More Summary
Although moving all 18 magazines and 3,400 employees will take until February, the Freedom Tower's glossiest tenant started its downtown invasion this morning. Condé Nast will occupy floors 20 through 44 of 1 World Trade Center, and the publisher's "arrival puts a stiletto in the heart of the outdated notion... More »
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