Time Inc. Reorganizes; Shuffle’s Mexico Staff

Time Inc. is implementing what it describes as a major reorganization, announcing the creation of the News Business Unit, made up of: Sports Illustrated Group, Life.com, Time Group, Fortune/Money Group and Grupo Editorial Expansion.
 
John Reuter—who has been serving as President of GEE in Mexico—will relocate to New York to assume his new role as Senior Vice President of Time Inc. While Reuter will continue to oversee GEE, Manuel Rivera Raba, who has served as GEE’s Adjunct Director General, will become CEO of GEE Mexico.
 
In turn, Luis Rodriguez Navarro will assume Raba’s former role of Adjunct Director General in Mexico, COO and CFO of Grupo Expansion.
 

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