WWD reports that Condé Nast’s department will now be reporting to the editors and publishers at different titles rather than Maurie Perl, SVP of corporate communications and chief comms officer. Perl will continue to function as the media company’s chief spokesperson.
According to the story, the move is an effort to allow “each publication to manage its own business.”
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