Time, Inc

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Time, Inc

 

a publishing trust in the USA. Founded in 1923 by H. R. Luce, Time, Inc., holds shares in many publishing firms in the USA, Mexico, Italy, France, and the Federal Republic of Germany. The corporation owns several radio stations, publishes magazines such as Time and Fortune, and produces phonograph records and newsreels.

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Their products and services will help us deliver accurate and useful search results," said Time, Inc.'s Mitchell Klaif, vice president of Global Magazine and Internet Technology.
Time, Inc. has awarded the facilities management contract for its headquarters in New York City to Cushman & Wakefield, Inc., the world's largest fully integrated real estate services firm.
(New York), a unit of Time, Inc. and AOL Time Warner, and CNET Networks (San Francisco, CA) have entered into a partnership to begin the publication of Fortune/CNET Technology Review magazine with a premier June issue.
has announced that it has added Discover magazine, popular Time, Inc. periodicals, and Forbes magazine to its Electric Library archive.
recently completed two separate but related real estate transactions that will enable its client, Time, Inc., to initially occupy approximately 1.75 million square feet and ultimately expand into 2.6 million square feet of modern, redesigned and reconfigured offices under essentially one roof in the heart of Midtown Manhattan's corporate corridor.
Infonautics, Inc., a provider of online reference services and information technology products, has announced the addition of Business Week and a number of Time, Inc. titles to its Electric Library online research service (http://www.eli brary.com).
This year's conference, which is the 12th National Conference for Women in Business that AWED has produced and is entitled "Women Mean Business", is also being sponsored by Time, Inc. and Mirabella magazine.

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