Condé Nast drops internship program after lawsuit over lack of compensation

After multiple lawsuits over interns’ wages, magazine conglomerate Condé Nast shut down their internship program on Oct. 23.

Three Condé Nast interns sued the company after they believed they had been unfairly compensated for the work they did and wanted to see interns have the ability to unionize in the future. Condé Nast, whose brands include Vogue, Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair and GQ, responded to these demands by closing the program.