Getting magazine content is easier than ever these days. For business tips, trends and strategies, you no longer have to wait for your physical copy to arrive in the mail. Most business magazines will offer you a digital copy, not to mention their postings on social media on a daily basis that keep you up to date. Here are the top business magazines with the largest followings and most credible content.
Forbes might just be the most popular business magazine in America with lists of the World’s top billionaires, Top leaders, art news and trends, and much more than just business. This New Jersey headquartered magazine does not shy away from placing celebrities on their front cover such as the Kardashians, The Weeknd, Ashton Kutcher, and Kendrick Lamar and is published bi-weekly. It’s got a few competitors in the business mag, but with 15.4 million followers on twitter, Forbes is no joke in the business news world.
Founded in 1929 in New York City, Bloomberg is a must have if you’re interested in market trends, stock prices and up-to-date business news with weekly publications to keep you in the loop. 5.4 million twitter followers makes them a close second in terms of social media fans, but in 2011 they were named top business magazine in the country by Adweek.
The first Entrepreneur magazine was published in 1977 and is headquartered in Irvine, California. It goes without saying that if you’re an entrepreneur of any kind, or even an aspiring entrepreneur, this publication belongs on your reading list. A little different from Forbes and Bloomberg, this publication has a section called Green Entrepreneur and another called Women Entrepreneur, highlighting the Cannabis industry and offering tips for women entrepreneurs, respectively. 3.4 million followers on Twitter is not bad at all.
More tech focused than all of these publications combined, Wired is a San Francisco based magazine dating back to 1993 with monthly publications that focuses on economy, politics and emerging technologies. They’ve got a whole section dedicated to Transportation and with 10.4 million followers on Twitter, Wired is definitely up there in terms of solid content.
You’ve probably heard of the Fortune 500 list one time or another, highlighting the 500 most powerful companies in the world as they’ve been annually publishing the list since 1955. Fortune is headquartered in New York City, founded by Time co-owner Henry Luce back in 1929. They are also leaders in business news, politics, finance, health, entertainment and more with 2.3 million followers on Twitter.