Conde Nast Portfolio has published its last issue.
The big, glossy magazine made a big splash when it launched in 2007 thanks to its enormous operating budget. But with ad pages falling 61% this quarter compared to the same time last year, apparently upper management decided to rethink the magazine’s fate.
“Essentially” all 85 staffers will be be leaving the company, a spokesperson confirmed to BusinessWeek.
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