Fast Company

Fast Company

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Written for, by, and about the most progressive business leaders, Fast Company is an award-winning magazine that inspires its readers to create the future of business. With a unique editorial focus on innovation, technology, sustainability, and design, Fast Company inspires creative minds in business to think beyond traditional boundaries.

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FAST COMPANY 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 54 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a print subscriber already - but would love to access it on my nook color. So many other nook magazines are free to print subscribers - Fast Company should be too. I may consider purchasing the nook magazine after my print subscription expires - although the it will be twice as expensive vs. the print edition...
GilSpeaks More than 1 year ago
I have been a print subscriber for years. My $10 print renewal just came, but I thought I'd save the paper footprint and go electronic on my Nook. I was surprised to discover that the Nook version is DOUBLE the print version. It is also DOUBLE the iPad version. Not sure if this is a B&N problem or a Fast Company problem, but it needs to be fixed. Somebody is being a bit too greedy. I'd love to know who! I am now debating whether I will renew at all. Hmmm.
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A comparison of CEO signatures? Seriously? It has been well-established by now that signature analysis - and handwriting analysis in general - is complete bunk. And you spend part of the January 2013 issue on it. What the hell are you thinking, Fast Company? If you're going to publish and promote drivel like this, then you deserve to be ignored.
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