Keith Kelly of The New York Post reports Friday that Time Inc. will be making a change in the person who leads its business publications, which include Fortune, Business 2.0Â — which Kelly says is in danger of being folded into another magazine — and Money.
Kelly wrote, “Chris Poleway, president of the group known as the Time Inc. Business and Financial Network, is out in a shake-up that could be announced as early as today, sources said. Vivek Shah will take over Poleway’s old job, said informed sources.
“Shah is currently the business and financial network unit’s president of digital publishing, and is expected to unleash sweeping changes in the group in the months ahead.
“Last year, Fortune and Money, which have seen ad pages plunge in recent years, combined their separate sales staffs to sell ads for both titles. No one inside was happy with the arrangement.
“Shah, 33 years old, is seen as a fast-rising star for the digital future outlined by Time Inc. CEO Ann Moore and Editor-in-Chief John Huey.”
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