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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Conde Nast
Conde Nast is launching a slate of original Web series, continuing the publisher's push to expand its stable of magazines into multimedia programming.
From Sports Illustrated to People to its namesake magazine, Time Inc., was always an innovator. But now when the troubled magazine industry is facing its greatest challenge, the company Henry Luce founded is struggling to find its way in a digital world.
Michelle Obama says five media companies and a social media website are working together to make it easier to find nutritious recipes.
British high-society magazine Tatler is mourning its beloved office dog, Alan, who died in a revolving-door accident.
Cooking with iPads and other tablet computers is on the rise. But what if a slip of the saute pan leaves that $500 gadget Wi-Fried?
San Francisco voters in November will be asked to weigh in on what was until now a private family matter: male circumcision.
Conde Nast Publications is closing Gourmet, the nation's oldest food magazine, and three other money-losing titles as the high-end publisher tries to weather a devastating advertising slump.