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Forbes, Inc. is a privately held publishing and media company. Its flagship publication is Forbes, a bi-weekly magazine, with a circulation over 900,000. In August 2006, the private equity firm, Elevation Partners, became a minority shareholder in a newly formed company, Forbes Media, which encompasses Forbes magazine and Forbes.com, one of the leading business sites on the Web. Forbes.com reaches 18 million people monthly. Other Forbes Media websites are: Investopedia; RealClearPolitics, RealClearMarkets and RealClearSports; and True/Slant. Together with the Forbes.com Business and Finance Blog Network, these properties reach nearly 40 million business decision makers each month.



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