Condé Nast Media Group is undergoing a restructuring, and — according to WWD — that involves some cuts. Two of the 12 that are expected to be let go include Thomas Hartman, senior vice president, corporate sales and Robert Silverstone, senior vice president, finance.
An internal memo indicated that Condé is changing things around to better integrate print and digital. Included in the restrucutuing was some personnel movement:
- NY Times to Wait on Naming Editor for NY Times Magazine
- Randy Minor Leaves New York for Elle
- New York Times Names Styles Reporter
- Mitchell Scherzer Named Trustee of Hearst Family Trust