Inc. (magazine)

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Inc. is an American weekly magazine which publishes about small businesses and startups.wikipedia
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Fast Company

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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. The magazine was purchased in 2005 by Morningstar founder, Joe Mansueto, and Inc. and its sister magazine Fast Company constitute the publishing arm of Mansueto Ventures.
In 2005, Gruner + Jahr put the magazine, as well as Inc. magazine, up for sale.

Joe Mansueto

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The magazine was purchased in 2005 by Morningstar founder, Joe Mansueto, and Inc. and its sister magazine Fast Company constitute the publishing arm of Mansueto Ventures.
Through his company Mansueto Ventures, Mansueto purchased the financial magazines Inc. and Fast Company in June 2005.

Inc. India

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The magazine in an Indian version of the popular US magazine, Inc, that focuses on entrepreneurship and growth.

Steve Jobs

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In October 1981, Inc. became the first magazine to feature Steve Jobs on its cover, alongside the proclamation, "This man has changed business forever."
1989: Entrepreneur of the Decade by Inc. magazine

Magazine

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Inc. is an American weekly magazine which publishes about small businesses and startups.

Startup company

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Inc. is an American weekly magazine which publishes about small businesses and startups.

New York City

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It was founded in 1979 and is based in New York City.

Boston

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Inc. was founded in Boston by Bernie Goldhirsh, and its first issue appeared in April 1979.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Goldhirsh was an MIT-trained engineer who worked at Polaroid and on ballistic missiles before becoming an entrepreneur and founding Sail magazine, which he sold for $10 million, using the profits to found Inc. Paul W. Kellam, who had joined Goldhirsh's company as editor of Marine Business, was tapped as the first editor.

Polaroid Corporation

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Goldhirsh was an MIT-trained engineer who worked at Polaroid and on ballistic missiles before becoming an entrepreneur and founding Sail magazine, which he sold for $10 million, using the profits to found Inc. Paul W. Kellam, who had joined Goldhirsh's company as editor of Marine Business, was tapped as the first editor.

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Goldhirsh was an MIT-trained engineer who worked at Polaroid and on ballistic missiles before becoming an entrepreneur and founding Sail magazine, which he sold for $10 million, using the profits to found Inc. Paul W. Kellam, who had joined Goldhirsh's company as editor of Marine Business, was tapped as the first editor.

Dot-com bubble

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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.

Cancer

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In 2000, widowed and battling cancer, Goldhirsh sold the magazine to Gruner + Jahr for a reported price of over $200 million.

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In 2000, widowed and battling cancer, Goldhirsh sold the magazine to Gruner + Jahr for a reported price of over $200 million.

Morningstar, Inc.

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The magazine was purchased in 2005 by Morningstar founder, Joe Mansueto, and Inc. and its sister magazine Fast Company constitute the publishing arm of Mansueto Ventures.

James Ledbetter

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In late January 2014, Inc. announced that Reuters opinion editor, James Ledbetter, would take over as editor of the magazine and web site.

Greenleaf Book Group

Inc. publishes books under the imprint An Inc. Original in association with Greenleaf Book Group.

Bill Clinton

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The event has featured a number of well-known business and political figures and expert speakers including: Bill Clinton, Bob Berry, Marshall Goldsmith, Scott Cook, Bernard Marcus, and Thomas Friedman.

Bob Berry (businessman)

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The event has featured a number of well-known business and political figures and expert speakers including: Bill Clinton, Bob Berry, Marshall Goldsmith, Scott Cook, Bernard Marcus, and Thomas Friedman.

Marshall Goldsmith

The event has featured a number of well-known business and political figures and expert speakers including: Bill Clinton, Bob Berry, Marshall Goldsmith, Scott Cook, Bernard Marcus, and Thomas Friedman.

Scott Cook

The event has featured a number of well-known business and political figures and expert speakers including: Bill Clinton, Bob Berry, Marshall Goldsmith, Scott Cook, Bernard Marcus, and Thomas Friedman.

Bernard Marcus

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The event has featured a number of well-known business and political figures and expert speakers including: Bill Clinton, Bob Berry, Marshall Goldsmith, Scott Cook, Bernard Marcus, and Thomas Friedman.

Thomas Friedman

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The event has featured a number of well-known business and political figures and expert speakers including: Bill Clinton, Bob Berry, Marshall Goldsmith, Scott Cook, Bernard Marcus, and Thomas Friedman.