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January 15, 2008
The revolving door has been given a good spin at More, where Leslie Jane Seymour takes the reins at editor-in-chief. She replaced Peggy Northrop, who was lured away to run Reader's Digest, and who was once her No. 2 when Seymour was the editor of Marie Claire. In an ironic twist, Seymour was pushed out of Marie Claire in 2006 and replaced by Northrop's then-No. 2 at More, Joanna Coles. Northrop described this turn of events best to WWD: "It's a long life on a small island...
The reshuffling within Condé Nast's publishing ranks continues,...
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