A renowned business publication. Business news, trends and profiles of successful businesspeople. [Description from dmoz]
With an audience of nearly five million, BusinessWeek is one of the most widely read business magazines in the world. Launched in 1929, BusinessWeek is a unit of McGraw-Hill's Information and Media Services division. In addition to the global publication, the company publishes more than a half dozen local-language versions in Arabic, Chinese, Russian, and numerous other languages. Its SmallBiz magazine targets companies with 300 or fewer employees and has a readership of some 675,000. TV viewers can get a piece of the action on BusinessWeek Weekend, a nationally syndicated, weekend morning show. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 3.0 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor reads ynetnews.com.
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