Condé Nast has shuttered its print edition of Teen Vogue, adjusting the frequency of various titles, and laying off approximately 80 staffers, Folio: has learned. The cuts represent approximately 2.5 percent of its 3,000 employees, and the company “is expected to complete its final round of cuts by next Thursday,” reports WWD. In addition to the changes at Teen Vogue, GQ, Glamour, Allure, Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit, W and Condé Nast Traveler are among the company’s magazines set to see decreases in print frequency. Vanity Fair, Vogue, Wired, Brides and The New Yorker, however, will remain unaffected and continue to print at the same frequency. Click Read More below for additional information.
Barnes & Noble, Inc. (NYSE: BKS), the world’s largest retail bookseller, today announced that it collected approximately 1.6 million books during its 2017 Holiday Book Drive program. The books are being donated to more than 650 local charities across the country that provide services to children.
The donation was made possible through the generous support of Barnes & Noble customers, who purchased books for donation at Barnes & Noble bookstores nationwide between November 1, 2017, and January 1, 2018. Community partners are distributing the books collected to hospitals, schools, literacy organizations and social service organizations.
“The annual Holiday Book Drive is a key initiative for us every year, and our customers once again came through by donating approximately 1.6 million books to kids in need this holiday season,” said Tracy Vidakovich, Vice President of Business Development for Barnes & Noble. “We are always amazed to see the generosity of our customers and want to thank them for giving kids of every background the chance to read.”
Local recipients from the Holiday Book Drive include: Toys for Tots; Children’s Aid Society; Big Brothers Big Sisters; the YMCA; Salvation Army; First Book; children’s hospitals from around the country; Reach Out & Read; Ronald McDonald House; Head Start; United Way; various school districts, schools and public libraries; and hundreds of other deserving organizations.