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Rent the Runway Is Now a Work Perk at Condé Nast

Cue the Devil Wears Prada jokes, because Condé Nast has entered into a partnership that seems to be right in line with Miranda Priestly’s ethos. The publishing company has teamed up with Rent the Runway, perhaps in an attempt to make the atmosphere at 1WTC even more fashion-forward. 218 more words

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Day after Times-Picayune Clock Tower is featured on national TV show, presses are ripped from newspaper's former HQ

What a difference a day makes.

The Times-Picayune Clock Tower, which still looms above the newspaper’s now-deserted former headquarters, was a star on last night’s episode of “NCIS: New Orleans.” 38 more words

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The long, slow, agonizing death of The Oregonian

 

Top veteran reporters leaving. Circulation shrinking. Local bureaus closing. Regional papers consolidating. Daily print editions disappearing. Morale sinking.

It’s come to this at our once-proud and prominent newspaper, The Oregonian. 813 more words

Take the "New Orleans Saints," "Times-Picayune" "local ownership" quiz

In the spring of 2012, the New York-based Newhouse family, owner of The Times-Picayune, announced their plans to make New Orleans the largest U.S. city without a daily newspaper. 579 more words

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Social Marketer Unified Raises $30M Round Led by iHeartMedia

Unified is announcing that it has raised $30 million in Series B funding, plus a $10 million credit facility from Silicon Valley Bank.

That sounds like a nice chunk of change, but equally noteworthy is the fact that the equity funding was led by iHeartMedia (the radio and digital media company formerly known as Clear Channel). 343 more words

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