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>> Conde Nast, the company behind renowned fashionista magazine Vogue, is looking to sell three of it's 14 titles, Brides, Golf Digest and W. That's according to the New York Times citing more than a dozen anonymous sources within the company. They say CEO Robert Sauerberg plans to meet with senior staff members on August 8th to discuss recommendations from an outside consulting group.
Following the company's reported loss of more than $120 million in 2017 and layoffs of some 80 employees. Condé Nast made other headlines this week, squashing rumors that the influential editor of Vogue, Anna Wintour, would be leaving. The company said she will remain in her role, quote, indefinitely.