Magazines: Rescue Work at Curtis

Ever since last month's palace revolt at Curtis Publishing Co. forced the resignation of President Matthew J. Culligan, the company has been looking everywhere for a new boss. The directors hired Boyden Associates, a management consulting firm, to help in the search, and the names of outsiders reportedly under consideration got an almost daily workout in the New York press. The list seemed endless: McCall's Publisher A. Edward Miller, former Oil Company Executive Raymond D. McGranahan, former FCC Chairman Newton Minow, and Shelton Fisher, McGraw-Hill publication division president. Then last week...