Tagged: Redesigns

Making BusinessWeek less American 0

Making BusinessWeek less American

Minonline has a review of the redesigned BusinessWeek and says that it makes the business weekly look less “American.” The web site wrote, “New logo blends in with Horton’s layouts, but another reason for...

BusinessWeek to unveil redesign next month 0

BusinessWeek to unveil redesign next month

Stephanie Smith of Women’s Wear Daily writes that BusinessWeek will launch a redesign of the magazine next month. Smith wrote, “Just as Condé Nast Portfolio settles into a monthly schedule, BusinessWeek will finally unveil...

Entrepreneur magazine launches redesign 0

Entrepreneur magazine launches redesign

Entrepreneur magazine’s October issue has a redesign and some new features, according to a release. The magazine stated that the new features include “more practical insights on managing daily business challenges. The magazine has...

More graphics coming to CNBC screen 0

More graphics coming to CNBC screen

Glenn Dickson of Broadcasting & Cable writes how CNBC plans to add more graphics to its screen for HD viewers. Dickson wrote, “Financial news network CNBC will launch a high-definition service this fall in...

WSJ Sunday turns eight 0

WSJ Sunday turns eight

The Wall Street Journal Sunday, which appears in business sections across the country, turns eight today, notes the paper. A short story stated, “Recent years have been hard for most newspapers. Circulation is down....

Cut stock listings at your own peril 0

Cut stock listings at your own peril

Research posted on the Editor & Publisher web site on Friday shows that newspapers that have cut stock listings risk missing key readers. The research from Survival and Growth Enterprises stated, “The encouraging finding...

WSJ to rename weekend section 0

WSJ to rename weekend section

The Wall Street Journal will rechristen Pursuits, its Saturday leisure section, as Weekend Journal, the same name as the Friday section, writes Geraldine Fabrikant of the New York Times. Fabrikant wrote, “The change would...