Fast Company

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Fast Company is a monthly American business magazine published in print and online that focuses on technology, business, and design.wikipedia
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Bill Taylor (businessman)

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Fast Company was launched in November 1995 by Alan Webber and Bill Taylor, two former Harvard Business Review editors, and publisher Mortimer Zuckerman.
William C. "Bill" Taylor is co-founder and editor of Fast Company Magazine, with Alan Webber.

Mortimer Zuckerman

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Fast Company was launched in November 1995 by Alan Webber and Bill Taylor, two former Harvard Business Review editors, and publisher Mortimer Zuckerman.
He formerly owned the New York Daily News The Atlantic and Fast Company.

Alan Webber

Fast Company was launched in November 1995 by Alan Webber and Bill Taylor, two former Harvard Business Review editors, and publisher Mortimer Zuckerman.
Webber is also known for founding the technology business magazine, Fast Company in 1995.

Business 2.0

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

Inc. (magazine)

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In 2005, Gruner + Jahr put the magazine, as well as Inc. magazine, up for sale.
Though long considered the younger upstart compared to most business publications, Inc. suffered following the dot-com era as titles like Fast Company seemed to grab more attention, but the tech crash and subsequent retrenchment saw the magazine stabilize its circulation and image.

Red Herring (magazine)

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

National Magazine Awards

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Under former editor-in-chief Robert Safian, Fast Company was named by the American Society of Magazine Editors as the magazine of the year in 2014.

Joe Mansueto

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Through a contact, Byrne contacted entrepreneur Joe Mansueto and helped guide him through the sale.
Through his company Mansueto Ventures, Mansueto purchased the financial magazines Inc. and Fast Company in June 2005.

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Fast Company was launched in November 1995 by Alan Webber and Bill Taylor, two former Harvard Business Review editors, and publisher Mortimer Zuckerman.

The Industry Standard

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

Gruner + Jahr

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In 2000, Zuckerman sold Fast Company to Gruner + Jahr, majority owned by media giant Bertelsmann, for $550 million.

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In 2000, Zuckerman sold Fast Company to Gruner + Jahr, majority owned by media giant Bertelsmann, for $550 million.

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Under former editor-in-chief Robert Safian, Fast Company was named by the American Society of Magazine Editors as the magazine of the year in 2014.

Vanity Fair (magazine)

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Stephanie Mehta was named editor-in-chief in February 2018, having previously worked at Vanity Fair, Bloomberg, Fortune, and The Wall Street Journal.

Fortune (magazine)

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Stephanie Mehta was named editor-in-chief in February 2018, having previously worked at Vanity Fair, Bloomberg, Fortune, and The Wall Street Journal.

The Wall Street Journal

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Stephanie Mehta was named editor-in-chief in February 2018, having previously worked at Vanity Fair, Bloomberg, Fortune, and The Wall Street Journal.

New York City

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The Fast Company Innovation Festival is an event hosted in New York City each year since 2015.

Wolfgang Wild

In its article on Retronaut, Fast Company wrote: "the images on Retronaut are chosen to make the viewer feel like they’re looking not at the past, but rather at a different version of the present"

Super angel

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According to Fast Company, super angels "raise funds like venture capitalists but invest early like angels and in sums between the two, on average from $250,000 to $500,000."

Internet celebrity

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Kevin Smokler (1 October 2006). Citizen Media: The High School Years". Fast Company.

List of television shows considered the worst

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The show was described by Fast Company technology editor Harry McCracken as setting "a standard for awfulness that no contemporary TV cartoon has managed to surpass".

Steven Stalinsky

Stalinsky's research has been cited by USA Today, The Guardian (U.K.), Wired, Fast Company, CNN, Fox News, NBC, CBS and ABC, among others.

List of United States magazines

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Harry McCracken

Harry McCracken is technology editor for Fast Company and the founder of Technologizer, a website about personal technology.

Wadah Khanfar

He has been ranked by Foreign Policy Magazine in 2011 as the first in The FP Top 100 Global Thinkers, and in Fast Company as the first in the 100 Most Creative People in Business (2011) and as one of the most ‘Powerful People in the World’ by Forbes magazine (2009)., in 2008 World Economic Forum named Khanfar as one of the 'Young Global Leaders'.