Hearst Magazines Taps New Global VP People on the Move

first_imgHere are the rest of this week’s people on the move…Meredith Corp. has promoted Melanie Hansche to deputy editor of Alabama-based Food & Wine, one of the titles it acquired through its merger with Time Inc. Hansche was previously editorial director of Organic Life at Rodale, prior to that company’s acquisition by Hearst Magazines.Concurrently, Food & Wine announced a series of other new editorial hires:Karen Shimizu has been named executive editor. Like Hansche, she joins from Organic Life, where she was deputy editor.Mary-Frances Heck has joined as senior food editor. A seasoned freelance food writer and editor, Heck brings experience from Lucky Peach and Bon Appétit, among others.Winslow Taft, formerly art director at Mental Floss, has joined Food & Wine as creative director.Tori Katherman, formerly senior photo editor at Prevention, has been named photo editor.Finally, Alison Spiegel will join Food & Wine‘s New York office as deputy digital editor. She was previously features editor and senior writer at Tasting Table.Teen Vogue has named Samhita Mukhopadhyay deputy editor, reporting directly to newly minted chief content officer Phillip Picardi. Mukhopadhyay was previously senior editorial director of culture and identities at Mic. Additionally, Ella Cerón has been promoted to deputy editor. Cerón first joined the brand in 2015, and most recently was serving as digital West Coast and evenings editor.Carlos Lamadrid has joined Time Out Digital as managing director of global media sales, reporting directly to Time Out Digital CEO Christine Petersen. He arrives from marketing and advertising firm HLC partners, where he served as president.Bonnier Corp. has officially named Sam White the next editor-in-chief of Marlin magazine. He joined the sportfishing title as senior editor in 2015, and had been serving as interim editor-in-chief since November.Mitch Semel has joined TIME magazine’s video team. His career has spanned high-profile production roles at CBS Interactive, CNN, The Huffington Post, and NBC Universal, among several others. Hearst Magazines has elevated Duncan Chater (pictured) to global VP, Hearst Magazines Digital Media Global, in which capacity he’ll be responsible for marketing and advertising revenues for all of Hearst Magazines’ digital businesses operating outside of the U.S.Chater, a 17-year veteran of Hearst UK’s London office, had been serving as chief brand officer of the company’s UK titles since August. He replaces Tracy Yaverbaun, who is leaving the company after about a year and a half in the role. He’ll report to Hearst Magazines’ New York-based president and marketing and publishing director, Michael Clinton.“Duncan has extensive experience specifically in the Luxury, Fashion, Watches, and Beauty sectors, strong client relationships and a desire to keep moving the business forwards into new areas,” said Clinton in a statement. “Marketers are looking for creative global solutions at scale, and with our portfolio of brands in key markets around the world, we are in a unique position to provide trusted editorial environments and reach consumers in a way that works.”last_img read more

Towns Current Bidding Contract Opportunities

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The Town’s Purchasing Department currently has the following bidding and contract opportunities available:Request For Proposals/QualificationsNoneInvitations To BidLighting Replacement for Woburn Street and Shawsheen Street School — Deadline: Thursday, August 2, 2018, 11amSingle Point Video Detection (SPVD) Traffic Signal Camera System — Deadline: Thursday, August 16, 2018, 10amPorous Pavement Sidewalk Installation — Lawrence Street — Deadline: Wednesday, August 22, 2018, 10amAll interested parties must first complete the town’s Bid Registration Form.Visit the Town’s Purchasing Department website for additional information. Contact Wendy Martiniello at wmartiniello[at]wilmingtonma.gov with questions.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedTown’s Current Bidding & Contract OpportunitiesIn “Government”Town’s Current Bidding & Contract OpportunitiesIn “Government”Town’s Current Bidding & Contract OpportunitiesIn “Government”last_img read more

Sensex Surges 300 Points Huge Inflows in Oil and Gas Investors Shrug

first_imgDespite concerns regarding Iraq crises, investors helped surge the prices of oil and gases on Tuesday. Brent crude futures closed at $113 per barrel on Tuesday, amid the deteriorating situation in Iraq.IndexIndexCurrentCurrentChange (in points)Change (in points)Percent changePercent changeIndexS&P BSE SENSEXCurrent25521.19Change (in points)+330Percent change+1.31IndexS&P BSE 100Current7750.84Change (in points)+106.73Percent change+1.40IndexS&P BSE 200Current3116.33Change (in points)+41.70Percent change+1.36 S&P BSE 1007750.84+106.73+1.40 Suzlon Energy29.50-1.55-4.99 “We have seen a minor correction, and it’s giving an entry point to people who were not part of the earlier rally. Markets are likely to trade range-bound till the budget and we may see some portfolio shuffling,” Reuters quoted Suresh Parmar, head of institutional equities at Khandelwal Jain Management Consultancy (KJMC).”It’s still a buy-on-dip market and the outlook is positive,” he added.Price of six stocks declined among 30 listed companies in BSE index. They include Bajaj Auto, Cipla Ltd, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories, Hero MotoCorp Ltd and Hindustan Unilever Ltd.Hang Sent Index closed at 23,203.59 points, with a decline of 97.08 points and a 4.02 percent change, while Japan’s Nikkei 225 closed at 14,975.97 points, with an incline of 42.62 points and a 0.29 percent change.Top Gainers:Name/SymbolName/SymbolPrice in INRPrice in INRChange (in points)Change (in points)Percent changePercent changeName/SymbolJPINFATECHPrice in INR33Change (in points)+3.75Percent change+12.82Name/SymbolIRB InfraPrice in INR209.60Change (in points)+15.20Percent change+7.82Name/SymbolIFCIPrice in INR40.20Change (in points)+2.15Percent change+5.65Name/SymbolHindustan CorpPrice in INR114.15Change (in points)+6.00Percent change+5.55Name/SymbolFederal BankPrice in INR125.10Change (in points)+5.95Percent change+4.99 Godrej Cons813.55-17.80-2.14 IndexCurrentChange (in points)Percent change 52 week High: 25,735.9052 week Low: 17,448.70 IFCI40.20+2.15+5.65 S&P BSE SENSEX25521.19+330+1.31 Bhushan Steel406.85-8.05-1.94 IRB Infra209.60+15.20+7.82 JPINFATECH33+3.75+12.82 INR strengthened at 60.1350 a dollar, with change of 0.0300 points and 0.05 percent. However, it opened weak at early trade at 60.3525 per dollar. Moreover, among 13 Asia-Pacific currencies, six currencies inclined among INR while the remaining seven declined.Top Losers:Name/SymbolName/SymbolPrice in INRPrice in INRChange (in points)Change (in points)Percent changePercent changeName/SymbolSuzlon EnergyPrice in INR29.50Change (in points)-1.55Percent change-4.99Name/SymbolSun TV NetworkPrice in INR434.10Change (in points)-9.80Percent change-2.21Name/SymbolGodrej ConsPrice in INR813.55Change (in points)-17.80Percent change-2.14Name/SymbolBhushan SteelPrice in INR406.85Change (in points)-8.05Percent change-1.94Name/SymbolMahindra & MahindraPrice in INR1180.80Change (in points)-19.90Percent change-1.66 BSE index ended up at 25,521 points with an incline of 330.71 points at 1.31 percent change, while Nifty reached 7631.70 points, surging 98.15 points with a 1.3 percent change.Day’s High: 52,545.90Day’s High: 52,545.90Day’s Low: 25,104.50Day’s Low: 25,104.50Day’s High: 52,545.9052 week High: 25,735.90Day’s Low: 25,104.5052 week Low: 17,448.70 Name/SymbolPrice in INRChange (in points)Percent change Federal Bank125.10+5.95+4.99 Mahindra & Mahindra1180.80-19.90-1.66 Sun TV Network434.10-9.80-2.21 Hindustan Corp114.15+6.00+5.55 Name/SymbolPrice in INRChange (in points)Percent change Day’s High: 52,545.90Day’s Low: 25,104.50 The standard and poor BSE index of oil and gas touched 11,690.27 at 324.86 incline and 2.86 percent change. The stock price of ONGC touched Rs. 444.55 with an incline of Rs. 17.40 and a 4.07 percent change. Besides, the stock price of Banks and capital goods surged on Tuesday. S&P BSE 2003116.33+41.70+1.36last_img read more

French honour for Manish Arora

first_imgThe world of fashion in India saw a new beginning, when a veteran fashion designer was honoured by the French Government for his dedication to the world Fashion.His Excellency, The Ambassador of France, Francois Richier, conferred the Chevalier de la légion d’Honneur on veteran fashion designer Manish Arora, at the Residence of France, in the national Capital on Tuesday. The Ambassador of France bestowed Manish with the medal and the two clinked champagne glasses celebrating the ceremony.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The Legion of Honour, the highest distinction is a French order established by Napoleon Bonaparte on 1802. The award, is bestowed on both citizens of France as well as foreigners. In the past, eminent Indian personalities like Pandit Ravi Shankar, Amitabh Bachchan and JRD Tata have been honored with the prestigious award.  The award is a recognition by France for Manish’s distinguished and critically applauded work and contribution to the world of fashion. Beginning the investiture ceremony, Fashion Features Director of Vogue and a close friend of Manish, Bandana Tewari, read out an entrancing personal note on the veteran fashion designer. The account narrated by Tiwari spoke of Manish’s humble beginning and his journey though the world of fashion, in India and abroad. Following the personal account, the guests were treated with an audio-visual, highlighting some of the successful shows of the designer and the comments and best wishes from eminent personalities on his triumph. Manish thanked everyone present at the event and said, “I’m amazed and honoured by the recognition I have received from the country that I love with all my heart. I hope to keep getting inspired by France, the beauty and elegance of the French.” He also thanked the French government for, “doing this for the first time in the world of fashion, in India. Only the French can do this, they can spot you, pick you up and tell you, ‘you deserve it’”.Ambassador François Richier said, “Manish has a long-standing connection with France, which is like a second home for him. He is a pioneer in bringing the fashion culture of both countries together with his lively imagination. I am delighted to confer this high honour on him.”last_img read more