The rare Black editor worked behind the scenes to promote Black talent, but ultimately it was the symbolism of his achievement that meant the most for Black people, writes Jason Campbell.
Companies aiming to maintain a tight hold on brand perception must reckon with the fact that those who feel they’ve been wronged are now empowered. Instead of covering up, brands must actually do better.
Podcasts hold huge appeal for publishers but cutting through the clutter and making money is no easy feat, writes Amy Odell.
At $10 per month, Apple's new service might be very attractive to casual readers who want to peruse a few articles each month from a variety of news sources.
The paper’s Jacob Bernstein, Vanessa Friedman and Matthew Schneier tell BoF about their months-long probe into the sexual misconduct allegations against Mario Testino and Bruce Weber.
One year into his role as head of the paper’s Styles section, Sicha is rethinking how he delivers content to readers.
The former Gawker editor, known for his part in shaping the voice of internet-era journalism, landed the highly coveted role on Friday.
The editor-in-chief of The New York Times style magazine is leaving after four years at the helm.
Assisting can provide a window to the inner workings of fashion, an opportunity for hands-on training and a potential path to a senior role.
BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Vanessa Friedman, the longtime fashion editor of The Financial Times, has joined The New York Times as fashion director and chief fashion critic.