Last January, Off-Ramp went to GOOD's office in Los Angeles to talk with the editors about their "Next Big Thing" issue. Ann Friedman, the executive editor, told us the issue and the company focused on, "what is not 10 years from now, but one year from now going to look like? What's sort of our next step from here?" Turns out, the next step was a redesign in GOOD's editorial staff. Friedman was among the many to be laid off from the magazine this past Friday, including Amanda Hess, the Lifestyle Editor, and Tim Fernholz, the Business Editor, who tweeted:
My last feature for GOOD on the economics of migration has become an ironic joke about me moving to LA to work there j.mp/NczVJ9— Tim Fernholz (@TimFernholz) June 4, 2012
You can check out the interview we did with GOOD here.