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Business magazine, founded 1930 by Henry R. Luce.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Agee
Poet
27-Nov-1909 16-May-1955 A Death in the Family
Daniel Bell
Sociologist
10-May-1919 25-Jan-2011 The End of Ideology
Stanley Bing
Columnist
20-May-1951   Columnist for Fortune
Jeffrey H. Birnbaum
Columnist
c. 1955   K Street Confidential
Jonathan Daniels
Government
26-Apr-1902 6-Nov-1981 FDR and Truman's press secretary
Walker Evans
Photographer
3-Nov-1903 10-Apr-1975 Depression-era Photographer
Andrew Ferguson
Journalist
?   Senior Editor, The Weekly Standard
Justin Fox
Author
28-Jan-1964   The Myth of the Rational Market
John Kenneth Galbraith
Economist
15-Oct-1908 29-Apr-2006 Modern economics renegade
Clifford J. Grum
Business
c. 1934   CEO of Temple-Inland, 1983-2000
Alfred Kazin
Critic
5-Jun-1915 5-Jun-1998 On Native Grounds
Henry Luce III
Publisher
28-Apr-1925 7-Sep-2005 Former Time magazine publisher
Henry R. Luce
Business
3-Apr-1898 28-Feb-1967 Founded Time Magazine
Dwight Macdonald
Critic
24-Mar-1906 19-Dec-1982 Against the American Grain
Archibald Macleish
Poet
7-May-1892 20-Apr-1982 Conquistador
Bethany McLean
Journalist
12-Dec-1970   The Smartest Guys In The Room
Matthew Miller
Columnist
c. 1962   The Two Percent Solution
Ann S. Moore
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Time Inc.
Nina Munk
Author
c. 1968   Fools Rush In
Joe Nocera
Columnist
6-May-1952   Business columnist, NYT
Daniel Okrent
Author
2-Apr-1948   Former public editor, New York Times
William S. Rukeyser
Journalist
1939   Managing Editor of Fortune
Thomas A. Stewart
Editor
c. 1948   Editor, Harvard Business Review
Alvin Toffler
Author
4-Oct-1928   Future Shock


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