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First Issue Lead Time: 6-10 weeks
Issues Per Year: 12
Magazine Type: Time magazine
Number Of Issues: 12
Publisher: The Time Inc. Magazine Company
Sales Rank: 98
Subscription Length: 365 days

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Editorial Review:

Business 2.0 offers today's 'visionaries' a refreshing blend of traditional and contemporary business strategies. Lighthearted perspectives give way to hard-hitting articles on industry trends, while historic references pay homage to some of the world's all-time-great business leaders. Regular features include 'Startup' ('People, trends, wild conjecture'), 'What Works' ('Tactics, tools, true-life adventures') and 'Self Serve' ('Navigate your life, enhance your view'). Throw in some flashy graphics and unusual fonts, and a slant towards the Internet economy, and Business 2.0 is well-positioned for the next century of business. --Elizabeth Malker

Customer Reviews
Average Rating:  out of 5 stars

Rating: 2 out of 5 stars - amazon is incredibly overpriced on this
amazon sells a one year subscription for $14 which includes a $5 amazon certificate that you get later.

in the actual magazine, the subscription card is 6.99 for one year or 2 years for $10.00

so use the card, save some money and also dont have to wait for your $5 back and then find something at amazon that you can use the $5 certificate on.

Rating: 1 out of 5 stars - Ugh!
For some strange reason, I began receiving this magazine in the mail. Never ordered. Never paid for. My conclusion based on reading the last three issues: You're kidding me. How can Time Inc. still publish this rag? What's the point?

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars - Best "new economy" business mag
Business 2.0 is one of the few business magazines I read on a monthly basis, and just recently extended for another 2 years. One of the most valuable aspects of this magazine is their analysis of the bleeding edge companies - I don't want to limit my reading to case studies and best practices from the biggest, most obviously successful companies. I want to know what the startups are doing, and what the oddball companies with new ideas are doing differently. Not everything is going to apply, but since ... Read More

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars - Still Finding Itself
I got 'Business 2.0' when 'Red Herring' ceased publication (unfortunately.) I have a love/hate relationship with 'Business 2.0' and go back and forth with alternating issues on just how I feel about it.

In the pro column, it has excellent reporting on new and evolving tech companies which are breaking the mold and leading the world into the future. For that alone it is worth keeping. It keeps me up with what's happening in the business world (especially the tech world) better than any other ... Read More

Rating: 1 out of 5 stars - Please.....
This magazine needs to be put out of its own misery.

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