Fast Company, one of the hottest new business magazines in recent years, positions itself as "the handbook of the business revolution," one that focuses on the "growing community of people committed to new ways of working, competing, living, and growing," according to co-founder and co-editor William C. Taylor. "We write about the new economy and workplace for people who believe in fusing tough-minded performance with sane human values." Judging by the four-year-old magazine's ...

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