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a weekly US magazine; founded in 1933. Newsweek is published in New York; it also publishes international editions in various countries. The magazine publishes articles and other materials on political and socioeconomic topics. Circulation, 2.9 million (1976).

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Star Communications will publish a special feature report on Egypt in Newsweek Magazine in January 2016.
Tina Brown has been making headlines regularly over the past few years, including for the guidance she provided in turning the venerated Newsweek magazine into a digital-only product.
Summary: Washington: Almost 80 years after first going to print, the final Newsweek magazine hit newsstands .
25 October 2012 - Citigroup (NYSE: C) saidthat it has been ranked the greenest bank in the United States by Newsweek magazine.
The Newsweek Daily Beast is the group of American media companies under Newsweek magazine and web portal The Daily Beast.
The union of The Daily Beast and Newsweek magazine finally took place with a coffeemug toast between all parties Tuesday evening, in a conference room atop Beast headquarters, the IAC building on Manhattan's West 18th Street.
Mexican Carlos Slim, the richest man in the world according to Forbes, has no plans to double his shareholding in The New York Times Company (NYSE:NYT) or to take over struggling Newsweek magazine, Reuters reported on Friday, quoting Arturo Elias, Slim's spokesman.
Mexican businessman Carlos Slim, the world's richest man according to Forbes magazine this year, is not seeking to boost his stake in the New York Times nor contemplating to buy Newsweek magazine.
The UAE President Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan has been chosen by US-based Newsweek magazine among its traditional list of 50 most powerful people in the world.
In his comments to Newsweek magazine, Billy Graham called John Paul II "unquestionably the most influential voice for morality and peace in the world over the last 100 years.
The CRI recording, the first ever of music by futurist Leo Ornstein, was cited by Newsweek magazine as one of the "Ten Best American-Music Recordings" of the year.
He has a long career in journalism as a reporter and editor including stints with The Associated Press, Newsweek magazine, Cleveland Plain Dealer, National Enquirer, The Australian and the defunct Los Angeles Herald-Examiner.