2009 July 24
Min to the Max
(NEW YORK) Now that Janice Min is officially a free agent, The Daily wonders which publishing behemoth will seduce the former Us Weekly editrix first. It's an open secret that Min is one of the industry's most talented top types--a likeable manager and a fast, fearless editor who unlike her monthly colleagues, gets the newsstand. Given those pesky ad numbers, even best-selling books could use a little of Janice's jus. Which editors should be quaking in their Choos? We have a few ideas, but we require your input. Send thoughts and suspicions to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll run your (anonymous) responses on Monday. Bon week-end!
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