Bloomberg Businessweek Goes Magazine

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The details of the re-imagined Businessweek are still vague, but Micklethwait and Smith said that the decision was predominately due to a need to pivot the magazine’s business model away from print advertising revenue and toward live events and digital subscription revenue.business week magazine

Magazine companies have jumped feet first into the iPad marketplace, attracted to the idea that a lean-back medium like magazines would work well in a lean-back platform like tablets But they’ve proven less interested in jumping onto iPhones and other smartphones — a target market that, while possibly less magazine-friendly, is also much larger.business week magazine

Bloomberg Businessweek editor Josh Tyrangiel said the issue was trying to address widespread ignorance about code at a time when software plays an increasingly central role in people’s lives. Subscription I paid for the $5 dollar subscription and i can’t seem to log in. Please help I’m frustrated…. still not getting a response from Bloomberg about my subscription.business week magazine

Bloomberg Businessweek delivers the business information you need: surprising and timely perspectives on the most important issues of today and unique stories you won’t find anywhere else. The magazine has to be accessible and helpful to all kinds of very smart readers, no matter what their business expertise. Tom Group, whose headquarter is in Hong Kong, is the biggest media group (including publishing and online business) in great China. Where BusinessWeek succeeded while other business publications failed was in its ability to give a broad, but comprehensive overview of issues and trends affecting industry and the economy. Since Bloomberg bought the magazine in December 2009, however, it has expanded and invigorated both the editorial product and its marketing support.