'Mademoiselle' editor in chief resigns

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Elizabeth Crow, longtime editor in chief of Conde Nast Publications' Mademoiselle, has resigned. Editorial Director James Truman and President-CEO Steven T. Florio asked her to remain through the December issue, which Ms. Crow has agreed to do. She has held the position since October 1993. Ms. Crow is the second Conde Nast editor to resign this year. Rochelle Udell, editor in chief of Self, announced she would be leaving after the October issue. "The way Rochelle handled her leave-taking was very inspiring. I've been thinking of this for a while and it seems like the right time to move on,'' Ms. Crow said. Her first priority for January is "a really long vacation,'' she said. Her next career move is to explore opportunities in new media. A company spokeswoman said a replacement may be named as early as next week.

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