Fortune

Fortune

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The magazine Fortune was founded by Time Magazine co-founder Henry Luce in 1930 at the outset of the Great Depression. During the Depression, it developed a reputation for its social conscience; Walker Evans and Margaret Bourke-White's color photographs; and a team of writers including James Agee, Archibald MacLeish, John Kenneth Galbraith, and Alfred Kazin who were hired specifically for their writing abilities. By 1937 the magazine had a subscription rate of 460,000. Fortune is now part of the media conglomerate Time Warner; its website is part of the CNN.com family of websites. More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Magazine
Audience: Large audience (500K-1M) (English)
Political Viewpoint: Neutral viewpoint
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Edited By: Rod Amis
Last Edit: Jun 30, 2006 - 4:57 PM PDT
Story Stats
Top Topics: Business (20), U.S. (13), U.S. Economy (9), Living (8), Politics (6), Finance (5), Presidential Election 2008 (4), Money (3), Food (3), Housing (3), Sci/Tech (3), Obama Administration (3), World (2), Energy (2), Media (2)...
Top Authors: Shawn Tully (4), Carol J Loomis (3), Nina Easton (2), Colin Barr (2), James Bandler (1), Lawrence B Lindsey (1), Barney Gimbel (1), Lester Brown (1), Beth Kowitt (1), Marc Gunther (1), Bill Gross (1), Fortune (1), Matt Miller (1), Renuka Rayasam (1), Kevin Kelleher (1)...
Top Formats: Special Report (7), News Report (5), Opinion (4), News Analysis (3), News (2), Investigative Report (1), Interview (1)
 
 
 
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Ratings

Overall Rating
3.7

Good
from 84 story reviews
Quality
3.8
Facts
3.8
Fairness
3.3
Information
4.0
Insight
3.0
Sourcing
3.9
Style
3.7
Accuracy
3.4
Balance
3.5
Context
4.1
Depth
4.5
Enterprise
3.8
Expertise
3.2
Originality
3.5
Relevance
3.5
Transparency
4.0
Responsibility
3.2
Popularity
3.6
Recommendation
3.7
Credibility
3.8
# Reviews
2.3
# Views
4.9
# Likes
1.0
# Emails
1.0
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