Seeking Best Business Journal? Look to Front Edge
Peters, Tom, THE JOURNAL RECORD
Subscribe to Business Week? Inc.? Forbes? Sure. Like me, you couldn't live without them.
The Harvard Business Review? Probably. The Economist? Maybe.
Gotcha time: I bet you don't subscribe to Target. CIO. Healthcare Forum Journal. If not, you're missing a bet.
I'll stick my neck out: Target, the quarterly publication of the Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME), is the best business magazine going today.
Consider Vol. 6, No. 3, the Fall 1990 issue. Motorola's Matt Van Wallene, controller in one of the firm's Mexican operations, wrote about ``Accounting Cycle Time Improvement''; his group now closes the month's books in eight …
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