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  Fortune Magazine Subscription - Business & Finance - Magazines.com Magazine Subscriptions
More About Fortune: Fortune Magazine was originally published in 1930 and was the first business journal in America.
Fortune is published every two weeks by Time Inc. who also publishes Money, Time, and Business 2.0.
Fortune is most famous for its annual lists: the Fortune 500 and the Fortune 1000 (the top ranking public corporations based on a measure of gross revenue) as well, the Fortune Global 500 lists the top ranking international companies.
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Allan Sloan from Fortune magazine argues that Bernanke is the enemy of the prudent investor.
Fortune magazine is an American business magazine founded by Henry Luce in 1930.
Fortune was founded by Time co-founder Henry Luce in February 1930, four months after the Wall Street Crash of 1929 that marked the outset of the Great Depression.
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 Fortune.com Information
Fortune.com publishes the entire content of FORTUNE magazine as well as web-exclusive stories and specials.
Magazine articles are supplemented through enhanced company information, interactive polls, quizzes and other original content tailored to the online user.
However, the reproduction of FORTUNE magazine and Fortune.com content is completely prohibited without permission from FORTUNE.
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Fortune's advertisements were colorful and lush, and the photography of Margaret Bourke-White provided stunning looks inside the factories and farms that fed the American economic machine.
Fortune style was an upscale and intelligent upgrade of the older and more middle-class Time.
Fortune seemed to have a magical ability to be seen as both a challenge to business and a boon, to keep its integrity while throwing its hat into the political ring.
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 FORTUNE MAGAZINE - CONSUMER HELP WEB MAGAZINE REVIEW
Frankly, Fortune, a magazine that tries too hard to cover a wide swath of issues has been out-maneuvered by the niche magazines and general business magazines.
Magazines and newspapers build loyalty among their readership by offering regular columns by writers who entice through agreement, disagreement or insight.
Over a year's subscription and sporadic newsstand copies before that, I have concluded that most of the regular columns appearing in Fortune are insipid, trite and generally not worth the time it takes to slog through them.
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Fortune was founded by Time co-founder Henry Luce in February 1930, four months after the Wall Street Crash of 1929 that marked the outset of the Great Depression.
During the Depression, Fortune developed a reputation for its social conscience, for Walker Evans and Margaret Bourke-White's color photographs, and for a team of writers including James Agee, Archibald MacLeish, John Kenneth Galbraith, and Alfred Kazin, hired specifically for their writing abilities.
FORTUNE conducts a survey each year for the top 100 places to work in America, the 2007 winner was Google.
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Fortune is still a very valuable publication and I try not to miss an issue.
Fortune is very much a corporate publication, and while it does present a few articles on personal finance, it would be better if it contained more.
Fortune represents a generally bullish and strongly pro-business perspective with just a touch of cynicism about corporate leadership and its trends.
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 Fortune (magazine) Summary
Fortune humanized the world of commerce by combining its stories and values with those of the broader social and political world, and it presented the face of business through the inventive use of photojournalism.
The magazine Fortune was founded by Time Magazine co-founder Henry Luce in 1930 at the outset of the Great Depression.
Fortune is now part of the media conglomerate Time Warner; its website is part of the CNN.com family of websites.
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 FORTUNE: Scoop: Fortune Magazine taps new managing editor - Valleywag   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Fortune Magazine dumped managing editor Eric Pooley today, replacing him with Fortune writer and CNN anchor Andy Serwer, according to an all-hands e-mail sent to Time Inc. staff under an hour ago and obtained by Valleywag.
We all know that the world of business journalism has increasingly become a multi-media proposition, involving not only the magazine but its brand representations on the internet, on television and radio, wherever the reader wants his or her information.
He has made excellent hires, sharpened the magazine's coverage, updated its design, created new departments and lively new franchise issues, and shepherded great investigative tales, including the current cover story on the high drama behind Milberg Weiss's legal nightmare.
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 Fortune Magazine Discusses Atkins Phenomenon - Low Carb
You can tell a movement is having an impact when Fortune magazine does a story on the impact on food makers worldwide.
Fortune does not take a stand for or against the low carb diet.
Fortune quotes a food maker as saying, "When I hear, 'It's not that bad,' it pisses me off." This is one of the great results of the low carb diet.
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 Fortune Magazine Reviews at Shopping.com
FORTUNE seems to spend more time and effort looking at the personalities of the financial world than analyzing economic models.
I use FORTUNE for what it is: a business magazine dedicated to giving a general overview of the market, what the market is doing, and who is making it move.
While I would not use FORTUNE as my only source for business and investment information, it is certainly a good tool to add to your arsenal.
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 FORTUNE: Scoop: Fortune Magazine taps new managing editor - Valleywag
Fortune Magazine dumped managing editor Eric Pooley today, replacing him with Fortune writer and CNN anchor Andy Serwer, according to an all-hands e-mail sent to Time Inc. staff under an hour ago and obtained by Valleywag.
We all know that the world of business journalism has increasingly become a multi-media proposition, involving not only the magazine but its brand representations on the internet, on television and radio, wherever the reader wants his or her information.
Andy is lucky to succeed Eric Pooley, who came to FORTUNE because of his very strong journalistic skills and storytelling abilities.
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Launched in 1930, fortune magazine has been on the forefront of change for the past 72 years.
In times of great economic strength and-even more importantly-in times of economic turbulence, the sharpest minds in business have turned to this publication for the knowledge and information they needed to answer the questions of their time.
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 Microsoft claims software like Linux violates its patents - May 28, 2007
No wonder the business world has embraced it so enthusiastically: More than half the companies in the Fortune 500 are thought to be using the free operating system Linux in their data centers.
(By comparison, for instance, Verizon's (Charts, Fortune 500) patent suit against Vonage (Charts), which now threatens to bankrupt the latter, was based on just seven patents, of which only three were found to be infringing.) "This is not a case of some accidental, unknowing infringement," Gutierrez asserts.
In 2005, six of them - IBM (Charts, Fortune 500), Sony, Philips, Novell, Red Hat (Charts) and NEC - set up the Open Invention Network to acquire a portfolio of patents that might pose problems for companies like Microsoft, which are known to pose a patent threat to Linux.
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The magazine Fortune was founded by Time Magazine co-founder Henry Luce in 1930 at the outset of the Great Depression.
Fortune is now part of the media conglomerate Time Warner.
Fortune Global 500 - ranking of the top 500 companies globally, along with information about them.
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 USATODAY.com - Wal-Mart tops 'Fortune' 500 again   (Site not responding. Last check: )
NEW YORK (AP) — Wal-Mart Stores (WMT) retained the top spot in Fortune magazine's 2005 ranking of the 500 largest publicly traded U.S. companies by revenue, but soaring commodity prices led to big gains in revenue and profit for oil and metal producers.
Meanwhile, absent from the upper echelons of the Fortune 500 was insurer Fannie Mae (FNM), which ranked at No. 20 last year but failed to file 2004 financial statements because of accounting problems.
Fortune examined data from 45 companies on the list that voluntarily provide employment figures, and found foreign employment rose 9.6%, while U.S. employment rose less than 1%.
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 CNN.com - Fortune magazine names best employers - Jan. 7, 2003
The survey on which Fortune's annual ranking is based asks about human resources and workplace culture, among other things.
Fortune magazine has released its annual list of the best companies in the United States for which to work.
A commitment to training and profit sharing (25 percent of employees have partnership stakes) are two of the factors that Fortune called key to the workforce's high morale.
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 FORTUNE Business Leader Council   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The FORTUNE Business Leader Council is a community of business executives who have agreed to be contacted by FORTUNE in order to participate in timely research.
The administrators of the FORTUNE Business Leader Council must preview and approve articles, or other to-be-published materials that contain reference to the Council or data published on http://www.fortunecouncil.com.
Inquiries about use of FORTUNE magazine content should be directed to the editorial staff.
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 CNN.com - Fortune names top companies for minorities - Jun. 24, 2003
Fortune magazine has released its list of the 50 Best Companies for Minorities, and McDonald's came out on top.
The magazine compiled the list from questionnaires that were sent to companies on the Fortune 1,000, as well as the 200 largest privately held U.S. companies.
The survey also looked at other factors, including whether or not minority workers are promoted into management at the same rate as white workers, managers are held financially accountable for meeting diversity goals and what percentage of corporate charity went to programs that benefit minority groups.
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 FORTUNE 500, news, interviews - FORTUNE Magazine on CNNMoney
Fortune will take your questions to Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster.
Fortune's new India page featuring extensive coverage of the subcontinent with feature stories, a blog, a roundtable discussion, photo galleries and more.
Fortune worked with human resources consultants Hewitt Associates and RBL Group to rank the world's companies that do the best job of developing strong leaders.
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Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management, Dec 1, 1993 by Lori Marden
Confronting today's flat economy, high levels of unemployment, rising taxes and high cost of living, the magazine shows readers how to make their hard-earned dollars grow and go further, while emphasizing the notion that a cost-conscious lifestyle doesn't necessarily have to be dull.
Editorial is contributed by such authors as Mary Hunt, publisher of Cheapskate Monthly, Erica Barkemeyer, author of 80+ Great Ideas for Making Money at Home, and Jane Trask, food editor of Big Beautiful Woman.
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 Article: Taking on Prostate Cancer by Andy Grove, Fortune Magazine 5/13/96
He was the co-founder of the Intel Corporation and was named Time magazine's Man of the Year in 1997.
Fortunately, prostate cancer is completely asymptomatic for a long time; my energy level was as good as ever and I was able to keep up with the extra load.
But the more I read, the clearer they got, just as had been the case when I was studying silicon device physics 30 years ago.
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 FORTUNE MAGAZINE
Fortune Magazine - Fortune speaks the language of the street: Wall Street, Silicon Valley, Madison Avenue, and everywhere in between, providing innovative business ideas and in-depth strategies and analysis.
Published biweekly, Fortune Magazine offers readers an unparalleled look at a wide range of business and economic news, with incomparable access to business drivers around the globe.
Fortune also captures the new economy with the excitement, energy, and perspective that sophisticated decision-makers crave.
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 FORTUNE: C-Suite Strategies
Fortune's Geoff Colvin sits down with the CEO and CIO of the health-care giant, who explain how information technology is finally ready to revolutionize the way we manage medicine.
Fortune's Geoffrey Colvin talks with McKesson's top two executives, CEO John Hammergren and CIO Randall Spratt about how the company is working to reduce medical errors using barcodes.
Fortune Magazine's senior editor-at-large Geoffrey Colvin sits down with Michael Linton, chief marketing officer of Best Buy, the number one specialty electronics retailer in the U.S. Linton has been in marketing for over 20 years but finds today's marketplace as challenging as it's ever been.
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