Business magazines have been nominated as finalists in the 2021 National Magazine Awards, commonly known as the Ellies.
Harvard Business Review was named a finalist in the special interest category.
MIT Technology Review was named a finalist in the literature, science and politics category.
Fast Company and Wired were named finalists in the design category.
Blomberg Businessweek was a finalist in the single-topic issue category for “The Lost Year” and in the personal service category for “Working From Home: The Ultimate Guide to Staying Productive—and Sane,” by the staff of Bloomberg Businessweek with Arianne Cohen.
The Economist is a finalist in the columns and commentary category for three “Obituary” columns by Ann Wroe: “The Man Who Knew: Li Wenliang Died on February 7th,” “Diva Dissenter: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Died on September 18th,” and “The Watchful Scribbler: John le Carré Died on December 12th.”
The winners will be announced on June 10. See all of the finalists here.