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Bordeaux Harvest Kicks Off With Crimson Robes And A Feast

Each year the French grape harvest around Saint-Émilion kicks off with a colorful, unique ceremony.

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Low Prices, Packed Planes: A Passenger Safety Issue?

Smaller planes like 737s are cheaper to operate, so airlines can offer the low fares today’s fliers want. But will crowding more people into smaller seats and narrower rows pose emergency evacuation issues?

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Boom, Bust & Bankruptcy: How America's Biggest Companies Performed In ' First 100 Years

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Only 12 of the original 100 largest U.S. companies of 1917 have lasted a century under the same name. 366 more words

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100th Anniversary: The Original Under 30s

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The story of youthful entrepreneurs is older than Forbes itself. A selection of under-30 world-changers since 1917—in 30 words or less. 397 more words

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100th Anniversary: Fake Newsstand!

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In 1987, Forbes and Fortune fought over a high-profile fictional scoop–a cover story on Gordon Gekko. 306 more words

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Logo-A-Go-Go: 100 Years Of Typography

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A magazine’s logo is its identity, beckoning the reader from the newsstand–or mail pile. 496 more words

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The Instructive Poetry Of Legendary Editor Jim Michaels

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If Forbes came into its own in the 1960s, it’s not a coincidence that Jim Michaels took over as the editor of the magazine in 1961 and remained there until the century’s end, quintupling the magazine’s readership in the process. 384 more words

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