Time shocker: Pearlstine’s back, Nelson’s out

November 13th, 2013|

Some, however, saw promise and said that Time, with its strict church-state divide — editorial and ad sales — was hamstrung in the changing media world because rivals could do deals with advertisers and marketers that Time could not. “This is a critical move away from a 1980s-style management structure that was Time Inc.,” said Peter Krei­sky, who, in 2011, was a consultant and former aide to the short-lived CEO Jack Griffin.