Hugh Wiley was named publisher of Bloomberg Businessweek, a leading global business media organization, in June 2010. As publisher, he is responsible for leading Bloomberg Businessweek’s integrated sales team and driving all global advertising-based revenue for the magazine and Businessweek.com.
Prior to joining Bloomberg Businessweek, Wiley was publisher of Time Inc.’s FORTUNE. During his tenure at Time Inc., Wiley oversaw global advertising sales for a stable of business titles; numerous relaunches, repositionings, and redesigns; and launched multiple international expansions and licensing agreements. He is credited with growing advertising revenues and market share across multiple media platforms including print, digital, and events.
Before his publisher role at FORTUNE, Wiley was the group associate publisher of the Time Inc. Business and Finance Network, and previously, publisher of Fortune Small Business. Wiley has also held numerous domestic and international sales director positions while at Time Inc., including executive vice president of sales and marketing for Time Inc. International, president of Time Inc. Latin America, publisher of Time Latin America, and international advertising director at Time.
In 2011, Hugh Wiley was named one of the top innovators in business publishing by BtoB Magazine and was listed among FOLIO: Magazine’s “FOLIO: 40” the publications yearly list of some of the most distinguished magazine and media professionals from every corner of the magazine industry.
Wiley is a graduate of Bowdoin College and lives in Connecticut with his wife and two children.