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April 2010

28 April 2010

Esquire in May

In the May issue of Esquire, Will Smith and Julius Kim talk about their rules of life, Didier Drogba, Andrei Arshavin and Joe Cole take part in a charitable photo project, Sochi taxi drivers protest the Olympic Games, economist Alexander Auzin gives a lesson in institutional economics for dummies and Sergei Shnurov gives his recommendations for recreation and fun.
The issue also includes a new story by Roberto Bolano and Nelly Uvarova shares 10 things you should know about women according to Nelly Uvarova.
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19 April 2010

Summit Streamlines for Digital Focus

Staffing changes enable company to take digital products ‘to the next level.'
As part of an effort to augment its e-media capabilities, Summit Business Media has made several management changes, including  the promotion of John Whelan to executive vice president and head of Summit’s media division. Previously, Whelan served as senior vice president and managing director

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09 April 2010

Make-up by Cosmopolitan Beauty

The latest Fashion Week was held in Moscow from March 20 to 26 and once again, Max Factor served as the official visagiste of the event. The company’s official visagiste, Vladimir Kalinchev, headed a team of professionals who created the most stylish make-up of the autumn-winter 2010 season.
Fashion Week guests could enjoy viewing his work not only on the catwalk, but also at the stand operated jointly by Max Factor and Cosmopolitan Beauty.

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06 April 2010

Publishers, Consumers Rush to the iPad

With little surprise, the Apple iPad bandwagon is growing exponentially. Late last week, hours before the product officially was released Saturday, media companies rushed to market with announcements proclaiming that their content would be available on the new tablet device. Among them were Bonnier’s Popular Science, Rodale’s Men’s Health, Time Inc.’s Time, as well as titles from Hearst and Conde Nast. Some apps are paid (Men’s Health for $4.99, and

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