John Pentin has been regional advertising director of Newsweek since 2005.
Micklethwait beat editors of Elle and Men's Health to gain prestigious award.
Minogue hits out at media report as "not only untrue but irresponsible".
Cuts to online staff of magazine, following 100 redundancies earlier this year.
Net loss over 20 times higher than for the same quarter last year.
Microchannel created for Vivienne Westwood's Naughty Alice fragrance launch
Black: "billiant", "innovative", and "driven"
Mark Miller to supervise daily editorial operations at Texas Tribune.
Justine Southall to start own media venture.
Notable items include Dali's "Playmate" and images of Marilyn Monroe and Brigitte Bardot.
Johanna Cox cites the "the ridiculously low pay, unforgiving schedule" as reasons for leaving.
200,000 copies of its November issue will be given out at major train stations.
The magazine would now focus only on the digital format with all its news content available for free
American Media hopes to return to business as usual in around 60 days.
Contracts of acting co-editors expire at the end of the year.
The publisher of titles including Building and Property Week bought out Lead in Research for an init
Dale about to step down after 20 years at the helm of the country's biggest selling women's magazine
Watson named Hollywood's highest paid female
Northwest chosen to roll out the first regional edition
Dale intends to pursue his own business interests when he leaves the magazine in May.
Style editor at GQ takes over as the chief editor from Barbara Fairchild.
Smith says "the opportunity turned out not to be what either Conde Nast or I expected".
Leanne Rimes cover story attracted complaints due to admission of infidelity.
Publisher intends to purchase rival publishing group Playboy Enterprises
Single platform will allow readers to browse through portal on a common user id
"The only time I ever talked to my kids about drugs was to ask, 'can you give me some?'", health col
Post receives over 1200 angry online comments from readers
New York- based company has been able to stabilise its third-quarter losses from its broadcast divis
Hefner, editor-in-chief, had said in an interview that the company is "probably going" to move.