In what has become a familiar story, a magazine formed to cover the rise of the digital economy has been done in by its decline. The Forbes family, which owns Forbes magazine, announced today that it was closing Forbes ASAP, a magazine founded in 1992 to cover the digital economy.
“There is no market for a dedicated new-economy publication,” said Monie Begley, spokeswoman for Forbes. (full story)
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