PC World reinstates Editor-in-chief

PC World has reinstated their editor-in-chief, Harry McCracken, after a little fiasco with upper management having issues with the editor not playing favorites with some more negative editorials whom happened to be about certain advertisers that the publishing company had.
Meanwhile the CEO, Colin Crawford, has been removed from his position and put in one that is in charge of online strategy and initiatives. We’re assuming he had some say in the whole “playing favorites” thing.
The nice thing about this is that PC World keeps its integrity, holds onto a great editor-in-chief, and Crawford (no matter what he did) didn’t lose his job. All’s well that ends well. Great job by IDG in turning it around and hopefully it also reinstates many readers back into the fold of PC World.
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