5:05 pm, January 16th | by Colette McIntyre
She doesn’t do ads but in this case she did. WHY? Funny or Die has the answer.
2:45 pm, December 2nd | by Colette McIntyre
This is a thing of beauty and importance.
5:30 pm, June 28th | by Grace Rasmus
Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Michael Bloomberg.
11:26 am, May 10th | by Sarah Devlin
If you’ve been living under a rock, you may not have heard that Martha Stewart is trying her hand at online dating. Is this off brand? Is it a branding issue at all?
5:00 pm, March 11th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s #watwc, Martha Stewart’s cat, Princess Peony (we wish we made that up), glares at us from her
urn throne, some ladies share their thoughts on New York City’s soda ban, Caitlin Moran confesses to harboring secret Michelle Obama friendship fantasies, and more!
4:30 pm, February 25th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s #watwc, ladies share their thoughts on the (surprisingly?) sexist Oscars, Martha Stewart is busy repotting her stephanotis plants, we don’t know what Katie Couric is talking about but it sounds sexy, and more!
5:30 pm, December 28th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s #womenatthewatercoolerroundup, Martha Stewart wants to know if “YOLO” is Scrabble appropriate, Sally Jessy Raphael clearly doesn’t know the meaning of “TMI”, Paula Pell is getting ready for her New Year’s Eve smooch, and more!
Lisa Gersh’s Departure From Martha Stewart Living “Driven By Company’s Expansion Beyond Her Sweet Spot”
4:45 pm, December 19th | by Sarah Devlin
Today in CEO shakeups: Lisa Gersh, who was named the CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia in May 2012, is stepping down after a lackluster third quarter, in which the company “lost $50.9 million, compared with a loss of $9.7 million a year earlier.” Ouch. Those kinds of numbers would be enough to encourage a change in management, but there is another factor that may have contributed to Gersh’s departure from the company.
5:30 pm, March 2nd | by Hillary Reinsberg
It’s been a rocky road for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, and yesterday’s release of the company’s Q4 earnings report didn’t help matters much.
1:59 pm, February 7th | by Amy Tennery
It’s a $21 billion business, with a largely female clientele: home office organization. Yes, people do actually spend that much on planners and file folders and sticky tabs and all of those things you never think you need until you’re without them.
In fact, Martha Stewart already has.