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81. Journal Of Consumer Research
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82. Shooting Industry
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83. American Foreclosures & Auctions
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84. Practical Tax Strategies
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85. Public Power
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86. Bottom Line/Tomorrow
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87. European Management Journal
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88. Carnival & Circus Booking
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89. Internal Auditor
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90. Journal Of Taxation
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91. Blade
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92. Expansion Management
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93. American Venture
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94. Wall Street Journal
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95. Restaurant Startup & Growth
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96. Executive Leadership
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97. Sign Business
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98. Toy Book
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99. Kiplinger Tax Letter
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100. Organizational Dynamics

81. Journal Of Consumer Research
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Asin: B00006KK3A
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press
Sales Rank: 2607
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An interdisciplinary journal focusing on all aspects of consumer education.
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82. Shooting Industry

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Asin: B00007B1HR
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Publishers Development Corp
Sales Rank: 2627
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Presents articles, news, and product information for firearms dealers.
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83. American Foreclosures & Auctions

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Asin: B00006K37E
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: American Foreclosures Inc
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84. Practical Tax Strategies
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Research Institute Of America
Sales Rank: 4543
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Formerly called Taxation for Accountants.
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85. Public Power
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Asin: B00006KU1S
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: American Public Power Assn
Sales Rank: 2732
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86. Bottom Line/Tomorrow
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Asin: B000066HUL
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Boardroom, Inc.
Sales Rank: 1896
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87. European Management Journal
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Elsevier
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88. Carnival & Circus Booking Guide
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Vnu Business Publications
Sales Rank: 2656
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89. Internal Auditor
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Asin: B00006KIPX
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Institute Of Internal Auditors
Sales Rank: 3852
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Feature articles, interviews, profiles, fraud findings and news and legislative updates on all aspects of internal auditing published for members of the Institute of Internal Auditors.
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90. Journal Of Taxation

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Asin: B00006KKS4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Research Institute Of America
Sales Rank: 4772
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Articles, review articles and commentary on new decisions and IRS actions for tax professionals.
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91. Blade
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Asin: B000066T09
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Krause Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 648
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars The top custom knife magazine!
This is clearly the top choice in custom knife magazines, though Knife Illustrated is also a good choice. It's probably 60% custom / 40% production.

The articles are good and insightful, some very high quality color pictures, and it's generally speaking entertaining & instructive.

The 4 star only rating is due to (1) the lack of objectivity of the articles (I have *never* read a negative review), and (2) too many pictures of custom knives are in B&W. I would happily pay double the price, get half as many issues, but in a glossy, high quality paper, premium binding, etc...

5-0 out of 5 stars Blade
It is a very good and infomative magazine ... Read more


92. Expansion Management
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Asin: B00006KDNZ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Penton Media
Sales Rank: 916
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93. American Venture
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Asin: B00006GXD5
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: American Venture
Sales Rank: 476
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94. Wall Street Journal

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Asin: B00026EHR4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Dow Jones & Co Inc
Sales Rank: 2327
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Few newspapers enjoy the prestige and authority of The Wall Street Journal. Its distinctive six-column format delivers news from around the world along with comprehensive business and market coverage that make it a must-read for corporate America. But the Journal covers more than just business--column four on the front page features intelligent and eclectic stories that are among the most widely read in America; Friday's "Weekend Section" takes on film, leisure, wine, music, and sports; and its probusiness editorial page will make any capitalist's heart glow. The Wall Street Journal is an ideal gift for students, corporate types, and anyone wanting to listen in on the national dialogue. --Harry Edwards ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Simply The Best Daily Newspaper In The USA
This newspaper is far superior to TV news. It does articles in depth and has nuggets of amazing news stories that you will not find anywhere else. It is a window on the world of news, business, finance, medicine, science, travel and politics. In addition to the print version, WSJ also offers an internet version.

5-0 out of 5 stars THE daily printed media; only competition is the Internet
Of the printed daily newspapers, WSJ is easily the superior in just about every aspect that really matters. NYT has a lot more and better photographs, but they are best viewed on a computer screen. There's not much to argue (regarding the relatively conservative editorial page) in this review that hasn't already been written; and one more center-right Midwesterner's recommendation is not going to be of much incremental value. However, as an investor and consumer I can state that WSJ and its website have been the primary source of credible information about businesses, law, finance and consumer products. Anybody that works for a living, has a mortgage or has a long-term savings plan would benefit from reading the WSJ as often as possible. There's simply no substitute.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good reporting, childish editorials.Get the FT instead
When you subscribe to the Wall Street Journal it's like getting two newspapers:a good news reporting paper and an what at times seems like an editorial page written by sophmomores in the local Young Americans for Freedom college rag.It's not that I mind right-wing editorials, I'm somewhat of a libertarian myself, it's just that its editorial page puts ideology ahead of reason far too often for my taste.For a much better deal-- business news, all the financial quotes, much better international coverage, and excellent and concise reporting -- choose the Financial Times.At the moment an annual subscription is selling for $50.It's a much better publication and on Saturday's has a very fine weekend section with good book reviews and arts and culture coverage.Also because the FT is based out of London the editors are much more balanced and less cowed or ideologically obedient.Even if they were similarly priced the FT would be the better deal.As it is the FT costs a fraction of the price of the WSJ.

5-0 out of 5 stars Window on the World
"The Wall Street Journal" is nothing less than America's true newspaper of record, a window on the world of business, finance, international affairs, and all the delicious little nuggets of news that would otherwise slip through the cracks.

I am a media carnivore: I am news-addicted. I get my news in hourly, massive slabs: from CNBC, from CNN, from the Internet---and best of all, in the brain-shatteringly early hours of the morning in the form of my daily Wall Street Journal (kudos goes, as well, to my unfailingly faithful early-rising Journal deliveryman).

With that high praise I also must dispatch a warning to the curious: if you subscribe to the Journal---and if you want to be informed and ahead of the game, then you must!---you'll discover, possibly for the first time, intense agonies of Guilt. The Journal is, every single day, chock full of so many juicy, delicious, insanely informative, amazingly well-written, positively balanced nuggets of journalism on finance, politics, economics, technology, market trends, literary explosions---so much, in fact, that it's an embarrassment of riches. If you're busy---and who isn't?---then you simply won't have time to read everything.

Like Caesar's Roman Gaul, The Wall Street Journal is also divided into three parts: the Front page, Marketplace, and Money & Investing. Page One is my beachhead in the morning: I scan the middle two columns for the financial and geopolitical earth movers---and if I have the time, I can dig into the paper for all the gory details. The news here is uniformly objective: opinion is cut out, the wounds cauterized, and the unbiased opinion itself served up piping hot on the Journal's editorial page.

Marketplace deals with macro and micro business trends, and is always engagingly written. Sometimes the supplement "Personal Journal" accompies the fleet out; more often than not, there's another tasty little section dealing with mutual funds, technology trends, industry strategies, and quite a bit more. It's a veritable treasure-house of knowledge, and since Gordon Gekko was right---the most valuable commodity in the world is information---the Wall Street Journal serves as purveyor of that most critical, that most precious commodity. And, I might add, serves it up with spice, brains, guts and panache.

Oh, and Money & Investing is a fly-by of all the major financial trends of the day: M&A, economics, currency, commodities, oil making investors shake and quake, big stock movers. All good stuff.

Finally---and I'm biased, be warned---the Editorial Page is the best on the planet, and I always scour it at lunch---always. If you want to be informed---if you want to be light years ahead of your arch-rival, that nasty VP of Finance Hastings down the hall, which naturally you do---you should at the very least read the Editorial Page. It is incisive, delicious, never boring, brimming with opinion and intelligence. Yum.

The Journal is with me in the nosebleed hours of the early morning, right beside my boiled eggs and toast and steaming cup(s) of coffee. And it's with me in the evening, when I actually get to dip into it, at leisure, with my cigar and scotch.

So subscribe to it, I say: The Wall Street Journal is an important, glorious, massively influential American institution. It's your window on the World of affairs. It's what the movers and shakers of the British Empire might have read had the Empire survived into the 21st century: and yes, you have the news of the world, at your fingertips, hauled back from the Journal's far-flung outposts across the globe: from Hong Kong, London, Kuala Lumphur. Sincere Kudos to the Journal's officer corps: Karen Elliott House, the Publisher; Paul Steiger, Managing Editor; and Paul Gigot, Editorial Page Editor---and the brilliant, dedicated, blindingly talented team of reporters that work with them. Bravo!

For a decade now, not a morning has dawned without my Journal: it is my polestar and compass. It makes me richer, which makes me happier. It is a tasty read. Stop gawking and subscribe.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Newspaper For All Readers
The WSJ has always been required reading for business people and finance wonks, but in the past several years the whole thing -- reporting, layout, editorials -- has been overhauled and the result is one of the best general newspapers in America.

First of all, business, economics, finance, etc. are extremely important to everyone whether their profession involves these things or not. Everyone's lives are shaped by these things and it is important to understand them.

Second of all, a thoughtful couterpoint to the "liberal media" has long been lacking and the WSJ editorials fill the need ... read both the WSJ and the New York Times every day and you will likley hear two, thoughtful but opposing sides of all the major issues confronting our nation and world, from which you can begin to develop your own independent view.

I cannot recommend strongly enough that everyone subscribe to and read the WSJ every (week) day. ... Read more


95. Restaurant Startup & Growth

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Asin: B0001KCHQE
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Spc Publications
Sales Rank: 2437
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96. Executive Leadership
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Natl Inst Of Business Mgmt Inc
Sales Rank: 1634
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97. Sign Business

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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: National Business Media Inc
Sales Rank: 5242
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98. Toy Book
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Asin: B00006KZVG
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Adventure Publ Group Inc
Sales Rank: 2498
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars industry requirement
Without question, this is the leading trade publication for the toy industry. If you are a toy industry insider, or want to be, you should consider it required to purchase a subscription. ... Read more


99. Kiplinger Tax Letter
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Asin: B00005N7R3
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Kiplinger Washington Editors
Sales Rank: 2039
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Washington-based letter on tax including forecasts & judgements relating to legislation affecting income taxes & Social Security, as well as analysis of significant tax developments from government agencies & the courts.
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100. Organizational Dynamics
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Asin: B00006KRLW
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Elsevier Inc Ny/jrnls
Sales Rank: 3714
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