New tenants Bon Appetit made their presence known yesterday at One World Trade Center. The food magazine reportedly set off the fire alarms during a ritual sage burning. Though, according to Condé Nast sources, the building has been conducting regular fire drills, so maybe everyone's used to it? READ MORE »
Gina Sanders, who was appointed president of global development for Condé Nast last September, is adding “developing investment strategies” to her role. In a memo, Sanders said that she would remain in New York to take on those additional...Show More Summary
Nicolas Cage is set to star in Army of One, the bizarre true tale of Gary Faulkner’s mission to single-handedly hunt down Osama bin Laden in Pakistan. Borat‘s Larry Charles is directing the Condé Nast Entertainment and Endgame Entertainment...Show More Summary
A source at Condé Nast tells FishbowlNY that Leigh Belz Ray, who joined Lucky in August 2013, was just promoted from deputy editor to executive editor. Immediately before joining the shopping mag, Ray was the deputy editor at Time Inc’s People StyleWatch. Show More Summary
The elephant is back in the media room. Or at least the elephant-shaped trophy known as the \"Ellie.\" Per our Adweek colleague Emma Bazilian, two things remain unchanged this year with regards to the American Society of Magazine Editors...Show More Summary
by Anna Liesemeyer, Condé Nast Traveler Travel light by packing 10 clothing pieces you can mix and match for a week's worth of looks. I packed these 10 pieces on a recent trip to St. Louis, where the temperatures ranged from mild to freezing throughout the week. Show More Summary
How does your office grow? I t's time to blow some stuff up!" said Wired EIC Scott Dadich two years ago. In 2010, Dadich was hailed as "The Savior of Condé Nast," but now that he's graduated from savior to God-King, it appears his plan...Show More Summary
By Andrea Zimmerman, Condé Nast Traveler Rafael Ben-Ari/Alamy It's a bold claim, but we asked a born-and-raised Midwesterner about the personality traits that make them the ideal travel companions. 1. The stereotype is true: We're friendly. Show More Summary
As Condé Nast completes its move into One World Trade Center, the media giant’s CEO Chuck Townsend took time to speak to The New York Post about a wide variety of subjects. One item that stood out? The company is on the prowl for a digital...Show More Summary
Even if you don't plan to travel in the next few months, now is an ideal time to renew your passport. As Conde Nast Traveler explains, consulates are less busy in January so you can save time by renewing your passport or applying for visas. Read more...
New Year’s Eve looms.
Condé Nast has won a federal judge’s approval to pay $5.85 million to about 7,500 former interns who sued the company. The settlement means that the thousands of interns who claimed that they were underpaid will now receive paymentsShow More Summary
Onetime interns will each get payouts of up to about $1,900 for their time with the publisher
Over the past year, Condé Nast’s popular “73 Questions” series (exactly what it sounds like — celebrities are asked 73 questions) stood out among the programs launched on The Scene, the company’s digital video hub. In an interview with...Show More Summary
Condé Nast's "73 Questions" aims for a YouTube sensibility.
Conde Nast Traveler editors chose eight California hotels for its 2015 Gold List of "100 hotels that change the way we see the world."
As our brother site Gawker has diligently reported, Condé Nast's office has a rat infestation. This is pretty common with new buildings, though it might seem at odds with the "new" nature of them; rats get in during construction, which gives the critters a significant amount of time to claim their turf before people move in and try to occupy the same terrain. Read more...
For Condé Nast, moving into their new home at One World Trade Center was supposed to be a time for celebration. Instead, it has been a time of extermination. The New York Daily News reports that the Condé offices have been overrun with...Show More Summary
Did you know that Style.com had a print counterpart? Probably not. And that’s one reason why Condé Nast has decided to fold Style.com/Print just two years after launching it. From the beginning, Style.com/Print seemed doomed. The name...Show More Summary
Upon arriving in their new offices at One World Trade Center last month, Condé Nast employees were greeted by rats who left droppings everywhere, nibbled on couture, and reportedly made Vogue editor Anna Wintour refuse to enter her office unless it had been deemed rodent-free by an underling. Now the... More »