Manhattan, Inc.

Manhattan, Inc. was a business magazine published in the United States from 1984 to 1992. The magazine focused on business news and analysis and was known for its in-depth reporting on the financial and corporate worlds of Wall Street and Manhattan.Image:manhattan-inc-sample-cover

Manhattan, Inc. was founded by Peter W. Bernstein, an author and financial analyst, and Richard M. Clurman, a former executive editor of Time magazine. The magazine's editorial content was geared towards business executives, investors, and professionals, providing insights into the financial markets, corporate takeovers, and investment opportunities.

The magazine also featured articles on lifestyle topics, such as travel, fashion, and entertainment, catering to a high-end readership of Manhattan's elite business and social circles. Manhattan, Inc. often provided its readership with exclusive interviews with top CEOs and business leaders, such as Warren Buffet and Jack Welch.

Despite its reputation and loyal readership, Manhattan, Inc. faced financial difficulties in the early 1990s, due in part to the recession of that period. The magazine was eventually sold to Primedia in 1992 and subsequently folded.

While Manhattan, Inc. had a relatively short publication run, it remains an important historical reference for the financial and business landscape of New York City during the 1980s and early 1990s. Its archives and back issues are a valuable resource for researchers, historians, and individuals interested in the history of business journalism and the development of Wall Street as a major economic center.{{Categories}}

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