Dave Zinczenko, who built his reputation on six-pack abs and shirtless cover models, is leaving Men's Health and stepping down as editorial director of Rodale's Women's Health, Prevention and Organic Gardening and general manager of Rodale Books. According to a story in MediaDailyNews, he's going into partnership with the departing publisher of Rodale Books, Stephen Perrine to start up a new business.
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