Condé Nast Cuts Off Heads

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The axing has yet to cease. Twelve Glamour magazine editors were sent home — for those editors who now wish tenure was an option in this industry, look to the education industry — including two ten-plus-year veterans of Glamour: Deputy Editors Ellen Seidman and Maryellen Gordon. Then came the news that rattled the industry. Style.com cut Contributor Laird Borrelli-Persson and Candy Pratts Price (a nearly thirty year veteran). Even an editor with her own Style.com page, Candycast, was let go. Who’s next? Anna Wintour?

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2 responses to “Condé Nast Cuts Off Heads

  1. A Lecturer in Political History

    Well, they are past their sell-by date, anyway

  2. A Lecturer in Political History

    The magazine, not the editors.

    The magazine treated the editors badly.

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