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Fast Company sets the agenda, charting the evolution of business, helping a new breed of leader work smarter and more efficiently.
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By Jon B. Hoffman on February 26, 2013
Fast Company is great, their blog posts are always interesting and insightful. The problem is that this edition only gives you the first few paragraphs of the article then links to the web page. That defeats the purpose of reading it on my kindle which can't read websites well and having the content pre-downloaded for offline reading.
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With regards to Fast Company itself and not Amazon's billing practices, Fast Company, puts out a great product and is on my list of daily reads.
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I have not read, and I do not intend to read this. The billing practice of giving you an unsolicited subscription and then billing for it after a short trial period is unconscionable, thus the low rating. Amazon, please respect me enough to let me make my own decisions about what will be added to my Kindle, and what items I will purchase or subscribe to.
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