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Revolving Door Newsletter: 04.08.05

A departed Us Weekly staffer swears not to start a rival mag, but we can't say the same for one Source alum. Plus shakeups at Rodale and Budget Living and oddsmakers start placing their bets on Weisbach v. Weinstein...

April 8, 2005

Budget Living is the little magazine that could not quit growing, the latest and greatest brainchild of serial entrepreneur Don Welsh, who has a knack for hiring talented editors on the cheap in exchange for their freedom from the luxury goods catalogs that pass for most magazines these days. So why is Budget Living's founding editor-in-chief Sarah Gray Miller rushing out the door? No one seems to know, at least officially, but expect more changes—big changes—if Welsh is ready to sell out now....

This week was all about departures. Us Weekly lost another Brit, special ...

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