Three Ways To Not Solve Sexism, By Former Portfolio Editor

In Saturday's NY Times, former Portfolio editor Joanne Lipman attempted to critique the stalling of feminism in America. The result was so ham-handed and contradictory, it read like a tutorial on How Not to Talk About Sexism. » 10/26/09 12:40pm 10/26/09 12:40pm

Watching Women Talk About Sexism In The Workplace Is Sort Of Like…

Joanne Lipman, the editor of Portfolio, went on CNBC this morning to discuss that story about how women have altogether stopped making progress on the "gender parity" front in corporate America and I was keen to watch since I knew that she used to actually work with two of the anchors, Becky Quick and Carl Quintanilla,… » 3/25/08 4:30pm 3/25/08 4:30pm

'Portfolio' Fashion Blogger Laurie Goldstein Crowe Pities Poor Newly…

H&M is opening in Shanghai, meaning legions of Chinese consumers will now have access to knockoffs made in, er, Bucharest. You probably don't care, but this is kind of mind-blowing from an economic implications/world-being-flat perspective, not that Portfolio fashion blogger Laurie Goldstein Crowe sees it that way:
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Conde Nast 'Portfolio' Editor As Thin, Beholden To Advertisers As Other…

Two years ago, Si Newhouse, the publisher of Vogue and Glamour tapped a female Wall Street Journal editor for an intriguing new job — start a new business magazine! This was a risky proposition, namely because while the readers of business magazines (ourselves notwithstanding, natch) generally have boatloads of cash,… » 4/16/07 9:59am 4/16/07 9:59am