Gawker
Date: 2009-08-12
Author: The Cajun Boy

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Author, The Cajun Boy
Mentioned, Graydon Carter
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Mentioned, Frank Gehry
Mentioned, Choire Sicha
Mentioned, John Koblin
Mentioned, Conde Nast
Mentioned, Nobu
Mentioned, The New Yorker
Mentioned, Red Bull
Mentioned, Fiji Water
Mentioned, The Source
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While the dreaded McKinsey recommendations are still weeks away, Conde Nast is in full cost-cutting mode. Examples: Graydon Carter is now lunching in the cafeteria with commoners and the free Fiji water will soon be replaced by tap water. Yeah. In a great piece titled "The Gilded Age of Conde Nast is Over," The Observer's John Koblin reveals a slew of shocking goings-on at Conde that almost makes the purging of the company's receptionists pale in comparison. Below are a few of the choice cuts, starting with the horrifying revelation that Graydon is now being forced to lunch with the peasantry in the Frank Gehry-designed space pictured above. "I saw Graydon in the cafeteria this week!" said one business-side insider, last Friday. "In all my ...(read more)
... While the dreaded McKinsey recommendations are still weeks away, Conde Nast is in full cost-cutting mode. Examples: Graydon Carter ...
... is now lunching in the cafeteria with commoners and the free Fiji water will soon be replaced by tap water. Yeah. In a great piece titled "The Gilded Age of Conde Nast is Over," The Observer's John Koblin reveals a slew of shocking goings-on at Conde ...
... reached out to (Editor David) Remnick shortly after the McKinsey announcement was made and told him not to worry about anything-the magazine would be just fine, and neither McKinsey nor company executives would be mucking with his editorial costs. ...


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