A review of Fast Company Magazine, March 23, 2010
Submitted by: Gene from Pensacola, FL
FAST COMPANY is timely, informative and innovative--I love it!
I'm waiting for more "clincher" articles.
A review of Fast Company Magazine, December 29, 2009
Submitted by: GKOREN from Baton Rouge, LA
The magazine's layout is attractive, but the articles have not been as informative as I had hoped. After receiving several issues, I feel that I probably won't want to renew this magazine; however I may reconsider if future issues interest me more.
A review of Fast Company Magazine, December 8, 2009
Submitted by: keep learning
I learn something new each time I read this magazine.
I enjoy this magazine.
Articles & Writing Style
A review of Fast Company Magazine, October 27, 2009
Submitted by: Chase from Portland, OR
I love the articles they choose to write. I also like the writing style. It seems to allow me to form my own opinions while maintaining a positive feel.
A review of Fast Company Magazine, February 17, 2009
Submitted by: mixonk from Greensboro, NC
This is an excellent source of information that keeps you abreast on what's new in business. It also encourages new innovative ideas. I give it 5 Stars.
A review of Fast Company Magazine, January 27, 2009
Submitted by: I'll always be from Brooklyn from Phoenix, az
I enjoyed the articles and the fresh prospectives
Fast Times call for it!
A review of Fast Company Magazine, December 11, 2007
Submitted by: radiosteve from Cedar Rapids, IA
Each month I get a mental workout from this publication, a stimulating massage of my frontal lobes. The Fast Company editors and reporters deserve kudos for keeping pace with a dizzying modern business and cultural world--and doing it often with insight, just as often with a laugh or two.
Recent coverage of the Steve Jobs World, the insights into the problem-embracing culture at Toyota are two superb examples of how they give me fresh new ways of looking at important topics.
There are times when the Fast Company style can be exhausting, simply because they reflect the frenetic pace of the technology, information and emerging business worlds. It shouldn't be seen as a condemnation as much as validation that they match the material in honest reflection of the issues at hand.