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Magazines : Forbes
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First Issue Lead Time: 6-10 weeks
Issues Per Year: 26
Magazine Type: Consumer magazine
Number Of Issues: 26
Publisher: Forbes Magazine
Sales Rank: 54
Subscription Length: 365 days

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Editorial Review:
Many magazines publish lists, ranking best and worst and most improved, but Forbes alone can claim its readership is on the list. Each year, the magazine names the richest people and the biggest companies, and those very folks subscribe to this nervy and sly business pub. Forbes covers global business stories with insight, solid sourcing, and the sort of groupie zeal usually reserved for fanzines. No merger, new ad campaign, or lawsuit goes unnoticed and stories always focus on the movers who are shaking things up. Read Forbes to make sense of today's volatile market--or just for the sheer pleasure of reading good reporting. --Edith Sorenson

Customer Reviews
Average Rating:  out of 5 stars

Rating: 1 out of 5 stars - Watch out for the subscription department
The content of this magazine is equivalent in quality but has a different focus and style than the other major business publications. The editorial pages are best ignored unless you have views that coincide with the publisher.
The main problem with Forbes is the over-aggressive subscription department. Shortly after you subscribe, you'll receive weekly notices that your subscription will expire and you need to renew immediately. If you don't renew three months ahead of expiration, they will ... Read More

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - Excellent
I am young businesswoman and I have found this magazine informative, invaluable and inspiring. I recommended it for anyone who takes pleasure in reading about the triumphs of the most intelligent and resourceful men and women of our time.

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars - Not as good as it used to be
i've been a Forbes reader for more than 20 years. They used to be the best; especially in exposing crooks. but in the last two or three years, they have started mixing political content into the news pages. Their columnists are interesting and have every right to express an opinion - and that's where i expect to find the opinions. but news articles are tending to look more like product placements, written to support a certain point of view instead of to tell both sides of a story impartially. It has ... Read More

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - The easiest read of the Business magazines
Forbes is by far the easiest to read for a non-specialist like me (I am a writer) and therefore essential reading for those of us who want to know what is going on in the business world who don't know all the endless jargon that the more specialist magazines tend to use. This is my magazine of choice when I spend time in the USA writing books (which includes the bookclub book CHRISTIANS, MUSLIMS AND ISLAMIC RAGE, Zondervan, 2003) - that book club being another benefit of a subscription

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - Best of the Big Three
If someone put a gun to my head and told me I had to choose between Forbes, Fortune and BusinessWeek, I'd go with Forbes. The articles seem crisper to me, and they have an attitude about them. You never have any doubt about where Forbes stands on something.

I also like the fact that they don't seem beholden to the news cycle. Some of their best stories come from digging up up the story you *don't* see everywhere else. If you want day-to-day news, you can always turn to daily sources like ... Read More

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