Forbes (No longer Executive Life) Woman

April 5, 2009

There comes a time when you launch a magazine, but you don’t call it a magazine. Forbes, publisher of its namesake business magazine and luxury business title ForbesLife — and fresh off layoffs that are bruising most of the U.S. print media business – is starting ForbesWoman.

Microsoft, Gates master the art of product placement

April 2, 2009

There is no better way to learn about the art of product placement than to learn from the masters. Today, that means Microsoft Corp and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, both of which were the subject of articles about how they’re delivering their messages like little pills wrapped in the sugar coating of the entertainment you consume.

from DealZone:

Allen Stanford: Fraudster or just “Crazy for Cricket”?

February 18, 2009

Texan billionaire Allen Stanford says the English cricket authorities need to have a new Twenty20 league in place within two years or they risk "missing the boat" during an interview with Reuters on May 1, 2008 in Miami.

Allen Stanford's financial empire is in chaos after the SEC charged that he and his partners were perpetrating a "massive" fraud, but only four months ago things appeared much sunnier, at least in a glowing Forbes profile that described his investment strategy as "sure and steady."

Fight on the blogs! Fight on the blogs!

November 18, 2008

There’s the story, and there’s always the side-story. The snarky, juicy, lip-smacking stuff. 

My house, worth more than Journal Register?

October 2, 2008

I was reading a Forbes article about the distressing state of some of the worse-off U.S. newspaper publishers and how their debt threatens to send them into default, or worse yet, maybe out of business. That’s when I came across this distressing nugget: