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What You'll Get
The modern business world is a complex environment in which success often rides on disparate factors like political regulation, global supply and demand, and the fluctuating valuation of BLT sandwiches. Master these complicated relationships with today's Groupon: for $19, you get 50 issues of Bloomberg Businessweek (a $40 value).
Bloomberg Businessweek delivers important international and local business news in a simple format accessible to everyday readers and established moguls alike. Each touchable issue takes a fresh look at global economics, industry-specific trends, and impactful government policy, and the simple, spacious new layout peppers readers with insightful charts, diagrams, and color-by-number pictures of famous CEOs. Weekly articles profile prominent companies and probe critical topics affecting the business world, and budding bankers and toupee-industry tycoons anxiously await Businessweek's annual ranking of top business schools. Groupon customers also get access to Businessweek on the iPad with the purchase of a subscription.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1/order. Not valid until 5/25/11. Must activate subscription by 8/23/11, subscription expires 1 year after first issue is received. Subscriptions cannot be refunded by Businessweek after activation but Groupon refund policy still applies. New subscriptions only. Not valid for renewals. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bloomberg Businessweek
Bloomberg Businessweek delivers an intriguing mix of international and local business news, catering to everyday readers and established moguls alike. Each issue takes a fresh look at global economics, industry-specific trends, and government policy that may affect operations, summarizing the facts with charts, diagrams, and paint-by-number pictures of famous CEOs. Weekly articles profile companies and probe critical business topics, and the magazine's annual ranking of top business schools is highly coveted by aspiring students.