Jade Goody death-bed interview sparks legal row between Mirror and OK!
Food, Home and TV Week publications to be sold for £1.99 through 2,000 stores nationwide
Fareed Zakaria is the latest in a succession of journalists to leave Newsweek.
Time's Lifestyle VP Sylvia Auton returns to UK chairmanship as Evelyn Webster goes the other way
Political magazine's weekly business spin-off will go back into circulation on the back of high adve
Bulgaria is set to become the 11th local language version of the Forbes magazine
Condé Nast magazine editors are juggled as Architectural Digest chief retires after 35 years at top
First Arabic language platform for gay writers hopes to "challenge taboos" in Islamic society
Magazine circulation figures reveal mixed performances across publishers with quality titles appeari
The success of free magazine titles such as Stylist are propping up industry circulation figures
Young men turning away from 'lads' magazines as healthy publications ride high
Managing director says revamped magazine will focus 'less on tax, more on people'
Sky free publications top distribution lists but TV Choice is number one actively-purchased
Private equity group predicsts difficult five years for industry.
Women's glossy hopes redesign will herald upturn in fortunes.
White House aide who resigned over couples' gate-crashing of Presidential party joins leading black-
Biggest-selling women's glossy branches out with city-specific issues.
Former Meredith Chief Griffin to replace Ann Moore after 32 years with publishing corporation
Time and Newsweek hardest hit as American mags perform poorly at the newsstand
Editor hopes that stance will force group to rethink their position.
New look will see more attention given to lower league clubs.
Women's title also set to launch dedicated website.
Magazine sees big drop in print and digital revenue
Income falls after closure of unprofitable titles and drop in magazine sales.
Magazine publisher moves into new territory.
Media group aiming to offer content to subscribers over multiple platforms.
32-year veteran to remain as chairman at magazine group.
Former Viacom man comes in as part of management shake-up.
Rolling Stone reporter who published General McChrystal's compromising comments has been refused per
Publisher reportedly considering leasing 1 million square feet at Ground Zero site.