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Mike Smith Leaves Forbes for Hearst Magazines

Mike Smith is joining Hearst Magazines Digital Media — a division of Hearst Magazines — as vice president, revenue platforms and operations, a new role at the company.

Smith joins Hearst from Forbes, where he had been since 2000. Smith most recently served as president of Forbes.com and chief digital officer of Forbes Media.

In related news, Mike Dushane — most recently VP of product development for CarandDriver.com — has been promoted to VP, product development at Hearst Magazines Digital Media.

“These are enormously talented digital veterans who will reshape how we work,” said Troy Young, president of the Hearst division, in a statement. “We’re redefining the way we look at technology, content development and operations and adopting a more collaborative approach.”

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Daily News‘ Zuckerman Vies For BusinessWeek|NYT Looks To Chicago|Three Reality Stars Get Their Own Shows|Forbes.com’s New Chief|Stacked Up

BusinessWeek: New York Daily News owner Mort Zuckerman has made a bid for BusinessWeek.

The New York Times: The New York Times plans local editions for Chicago and other markets, in addition to a recently announced San Francisco edition.

Variety: Three reality show starsBethenny Frankel from “Real Housewives of New York,” “Project Runway” winner Christian Siriano and Fabio Viviani from “Top Chef” — have been offered their own shows on Bravo.

Folio: Forbes.com has named a new president, Mike Smith.

Video: Former Glamour editor and author Laurie Sandell reveals what’s on her bookshelves as the first subject in this new Web video series Stacked Up.