Business 2.0

Business 2.0 Magazine
Business 2.0 was a monthly magazine publication founded by magazine entrepreneur Chris Anderson, Mark Gross, and journalist James Daly in order to chronicle the rise of the "New Economy".wikipedia
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James Daly (journalist)

James Daly
Business 2.0 was a monthly magazine publication founded by magazine entrepreneur Chris Anderson, Mark Gross, and journalist James Daly in order to chronicle the rise of the "New Economy".
In late 1997, Daly led the launch of Business 2.0, an international biweekly business

Fast Company

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The publication's early competitors included Fast Company, the Industry Standard and Red Herring.
The publication's early competitors included Red Herring, Business 2.0 and The Industry Standard.

Future US

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The magazine was sold by original publisher Imagine Media to Time Inc., the publishing division of Time Warner, in July 2001.
Buoyed by the Internet economy and the success of Business 2.0 in the US (and subsequently in the UK, France, Italy and Germany), Future rode the boom of the late nineties.

Red Herring (magazine)

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The publication's early competitors included Fast Company, the Industry Standard and Red Herring.
Red Herring was joined in the late 1990s by competitors such as IDG's The Industry Standard and Imagine Media's Business 2.0. It was also compared to Wired magazine and Fast Company.

Josh Quittner

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Josh Quittner, the editor since 2002, who had previously helmed Netly News and ON Magazine, led a team that published out of the Fortune Group of Time Inc.
From April 2002 until September 2007 Quittner was the editor of Business 2.0.

Chris Anderson (entrepreneur)

Chris Anderson
Business 2.0 was a monthly magazine publication founded by magazine entrepreneur Chris Anderson, Mark Gross, and journalist James Daly in order to chronicle the rise of the "New Economy".
In 1994, Anderson moved to the United States where he built Imagine Media, publisher of Business 2.0 magazine and creator of the popular video game users website IGN.

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Business 2.0 was a monthly magazine publication founded by magazine entrepreneur Chris Anderson, Mark Gross, and journalist James Daly in order to chronicle the rise of the "New Economy".

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The magazine was sold by original publisher Imagine Media to Time Inc., the publishing division of Time Warner, in July 2001. First published in July 1998, the magazine was sold to Time Inc., then the publishing division of Time Warner, in July 2001.

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It was based in San Francisco, California.

Industry Standard

The publication's early competitors included Fast Company, the Industry Standard and Red Herring.

Time Inc.

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The magazine was sold by original publisher Imagine Media to Time Inc., the publishing division of Time Warner, in July 2001.

Technology

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Having originally found success with wonky examinations of the interaction between technology and business, later on in its run, under the ownership of Time Inc., the magazine broadened its focus, running cover stories on topics ranging from real estate to employment trends and outer space.

Fortune (magazine)

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Josh Quittner, the editor since 2002, who had previously helmed Netly News and ON Magazine, led a team that published out of the Fortune Group of Time Inc.

The New York Times

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In July 2007 The New York Times reported that the September issue could be the magazine's last.

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In response to these reports a number of readers organized a Facebook group called ''I read Business 2.0.

Library 2.0

The concept of Library 2.0 borrows from that of Business 2.0 and Web 2.0 and follows some of the same underlying philosophies.

Rahul Sood

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In 2007 Business 2.0 magazine had claimed Sood to be 83rd out of 101 persons on their "Who matters now?"

Chad Hurley

In June 2006, he was voted 28th on Business 2.0's "50 People Who Matter Now" list.

Clay Shirky

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His columns and writings have appeared in Business 2.0, The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Harvard Business Review and Wired.

Martin Eberhard

Also in 2007, Business 2.0 Magazine ranked Eberhard number 32 of the 50 people "who matter now".

Zohar Zisapel

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The RAD Group of companies he co-founded with his brother, Yehuda, has been called "the world's most successful incubator" of telecom-related start-ups by Business 2.0 magazine.

Chris Taylor (journalist)

Chris Taylor
Chris Taylor (born in Liverpool, England) is a journalist who has served as the San Francisco correspondent for TIME magazine, and as senior editor at Business 2.0 magazine.

Daisy Whitney

Daisy has contributed to a various amount of publications including TelevisionWeek, Shape, Business 2.0, The Denver Post, Canada's The Globe and Mail, Miami Herald, New Media Age, Extra Extra, Multichannel News, Natural Health and Consumers Digest.

Tom's Diner

An article in the now defunct magazine Business 2.0 revealed that "Tom's Diner" was also used by Karlheinz Brandenburg to develop the audio compression scheme known as MP3 at what is now the Fraunhofer Society.