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American Express Publishing President and CEO Ed Kelly
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    I worked at American Express Publishing


    Great products, talented people, good work environment,


    Like any big company slow at times to address and react to market conditions.

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    Senior Production Coordinator Interview

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    Interview Details

    I was just job eliminated from Sport Illustrated For Kids Magazine and had the good luck of my former boss referring me to the American Express position that was about to be open at their Food & Wine and Travel & Leisure magazines.
    The interview or meeting went well the Production Director at Food & Wine gave me the job right there on the spot.

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    • The Salary question -- Right off the bat the Production Director ask what was the salary range i was looking for !   View Answer
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    I mention a high number ( a little more of what i was earning) and she obviously had a lower number and we kind of haggle towards meeting in the middle , which in reality it was a bit higher then what i was making in my old job , for exactly the same job position in the new company.
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Headquarters New York, NY
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1982
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Media
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year

American Express Publishing targets readers who enjoy the high life in their travel and culinary adventures. A division of American Express, the company publishes magazines such as "Food & Wine, Travel + Leisure", "Departures", Black Ink, and Executive Travel. It also publishes a number of books (100 Greatest Trips), produces events (Food & Wine Classic in Aspen), and has custom publishing operations (magazines, newsletters, and other publications for corporate clients). American Express Publishing uses the credit card publisher's database to cull customers. The business... More

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