Mar 29, 2016 / by Cision Media Research

Assistant managing editor Patricia Sellers and senior editor Nina Easton have stepped down from their editorial roles at Fortune to start their own media company, SellersEaston Media (SEM). Both women will continue with Fortune/Time Inc. as co-chairs of the multimedia franchise, Most Powerful Women. Sellers joined Fortune in 1984 serving as editor at large for 28 years. Easton joined in 2006 helming from The Boston Globe and the Los Angeles Times. Follow Fortune on Twitter and Pinterest for more in money news.



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