Condé Nast: Bon Appétit and Accusations of Discrimination

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Abstract

On June 10, 2020, the editor-in-chief of Conde Nast magazine Bon Appétit resigned amid allegations of racial discrimination. The publisher faces criticism from the public as well as its own employees over racially biased pay inequality involving the brand’s YouTube channel. A number of employees resign. All new content production has ceased while the matter is being resolved. Conde Nast must hire a new editor-in-chief. What other actions should the magazine take to rebuild trust with readers and staff?

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