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Walmart

Walmart Is Pulling Cosmopolitan From Checkout Lines in Response to #MeToo -- But It's an Embarrassing Perversion of the Movement

The decision was apparently spurred by a campaign arguing that the magazine exposes people to a '#MeToo culture' that encourages the sexual harassment of women.

GQ Places Major Bets on Instagram (and Wins)

One of the nation's glossiest print publications is a leader in making money on social media.

Playboy's Last Nude Model Will Be Pamela Anderson

After more than 60 years of publishing nude photos of women, the magazine is changing tactics.

Playboy CEO: Nudity Could Completely Vanish From the Brand

How Scott Flanders is cleaning up an aging American empire by leaning on its legacy and pushing its digital potential.

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Digital Content

The Inside Story of Flipboard, the App That Makes Digital Content Look Magazine Glossy

How serial entrepreneur Mike McCue successfully positioned Flipboard at the forefront of a new era of digital media.

A Ski Resort Embraces a New E-Commerce Platform

Ragged Mountain was having problems with its new electronic ticketing system. After embracing a more high-tech, easy to use platform, the ski resort's sales skyrocketed.

The Startup Disrupting the Auto Collision Industry

Estify brings body-shop paperwork to the digital age

The Ethics Coach on Cash Deals, Transparency and More

Our ethics coach takes your questions about under-the-table payments, planned obsolescence and price transparency.

How One Sandwich Company Cracked the Franchise Top 10

A focus on franchisee selection, training and operations helped Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches reach number five on the Franchise 500 list this year.

Yes, Soup for You!

The Original SoupMan has finally hit its stride.
Growth Strategies

Food and Beverage Trend for 2014: The Rise of Craft Distilleries

First came the craft brewing trend, and now craft distilleries are churning out premium hooch.
Marketing

Could Rolling Stone's Boston Bomber Cover Be a Smart Marketing Move?

For better or worse, controversy can draw attention to your brand.

A Franchisee Gym Pumps up Profits by Going Green

A Retro Fitness franchisee cut their electricity costs by adding eco-friendly features.

Inching Forward

Editor Amy Cosper's Note from the December 2012 issue.