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>> INSIDER WIRE —Is "Change!" afoot, as the January 2009 cover of Vogue touts?  Despite all the rumors otherwise, it looks like Anna Wintour is staying put — just like Si Newhouse said.  According to "industry sources" — the numbers aren't publicly released — Vogue "was the most profitable magazine [for Conde Nast] this year."  Which in theory means good things for dear Anna — but it's always important to remember that Grace Mirabella, who Wintour replaced, tripled Vogue's circulation and built the magazine to be one of the "consistently largest advertising-revenue producers of any publication in America," but was still unceremoniously sacked when she was no longer taking risks — a fault that an increasing number would say Anna has. [Page Six]

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