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"What do women want?" It's one of our favorite questions here at wowOwow, and rarely have the answers been more funny and female than they are in "Sex and Sensibility," the new book of cartoons on "the lunacy of modern love" from ten talented women artists. Edited by Liza Donnelly, whose work has long graced the pages of "The New Yorker." She has assembled a posse of female cartoonists at the top of their game that includes Roz Chast, Victoria Roberts, our own Marisa Acocella Marchetto and six others.
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- The Staff at wowOwow.com | Love + Sex – Wed, Jun 11, 2008 9:26 PM EDT
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Susan Lyne on being at the top of the corporate ladder: Your colleagues are not necessarily in your courtRead More »from An exclusive interview with Martha Stewart CEO just ahead of resignation announcement
By Liz Peek
Editor's Note: When wowOwow contributor Liz Peek interviewed Susan Lyne two weeks ago, she reported back to the editorial team that she sensed a change was in the air. Was she ever right. Today, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia announces that Susan stepped down as CEO, with Wenda Harris Millard and Robin Marino taking over as co-CEOs.
Susan Lyne is the outgoing president and CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, the house that Martha built. Last year the company racked up revenues of $348 million from its popular cookbooks, housewares and media ventures, and it turned a profit for the first time in five years. Before joining MSLO, Lyne had been president of ABC-TV, a unit of Disney. Ironically, she was fired for sagging ratings only months before the wild success of "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost," two shows that she had "greenlighted." She stepped into Ms.