Time Inc. debuts tomorrow as the only publicly traded company in the U.S. focused just on magazines, putting even more pressure on the publisher to adapt quickly to the Internet.
Time Inc. shares fell on the first day of trading after a spinoff from Time Warner Inc. amid concern the company’s singular focus on magazines could hinder growth prospects as demand for subscriptions diminishes.
Marimekko Oyj wants to go back to the 1960s, when the Finnish design company became famous after dressing Jacqueline Kennedy.
Barbie’s controversial appearance in this month’s Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue has turned into a commercial success for Mattel Inc.
Time Inc., the magazine unit to be spun off from Time Warner Inc. next month, will move its headquarters to Brookfield Place in lower Manhattan next year.
This might be Johnny Football’s big night. Or not.