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Xero (software)
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Thinx
(Healthcare)
Kabbage
(Finance and Banking)
Jonathan Ive
(Technology)
Judd Apatow
(Movies & TV)
 

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Fast Company (magazine)

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Category: Business (10)

Founded in 1013.

Countries: United States (43%), (43%), United Kingdom (7%)

Main connections: Xero (software), Thinx, Kabbage

 

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1995

"Fast Company" was launched in November 1995 by Alan Webber and Bill Taylor, two former "Harvard Business Review" editors, and publisher Mortimer Zuckerman add something


1997

In 1997, "Fast Company" created an online social network, the "Company of Friends" which spawned a number of groups that began meeting in person add something

 

Free agent (business) - The term free agent is believed to have been coined by Daniel H. Pink, author of a 1997 cover story in Fast Company titled Free Agent Nation


2003

By 2003 newsstand sales had declined by half, and advertising pages were one-third the 2000 numbers add something


2007

Robert Safian has been the editor-in-chief since 2007, having previously worked at "Fortune", "Time", and "Money" add something


2009

Jonathan Ive - Also in 2009, "Fast Company" put him at No. 1 on their list of "100 Most Creative People in Business; the "Daily Telegraph" named him the second "Most Influential Briton in Technology, "Forbes" magazine listed him as second amongst the "Most Powerful People in Technology; and "The Guardian" named him "Inventor of the Decade"


2010

Scribd - "Fast Company" named Scribd One of its Top 10 Most Innovative Media Companies in February 2010

 

HTC - On February 17, 2010, "Fast Company" ranked HTC as the 31st most innovative company in the world


2012

Xero (software) - Fast Company featured the software's UI design in a 2012 article, stating that the design is simple and makes it easy for users to get an at-glance idea of real time financial situations

 

Xero (software) - Fast Company featured the software's UI design in a 2012 article, stating that the design is simple and makes it easy for users to get an at-glance idea of real time financial situations

 

The Daily Muse - In a 2012 interview with "Fast Company", founder Kathryn Minshew explained how the team creates all the content by sending someone into the office to capture everything needed to build a profile


2013

Judd Apatow - In a January 2013 interview in Fast Company , Apatow and Dunham discussed the creative process of working on the show, saying that "this type of show is an auteur's vision

 

Kabbage - In February 2013, Fast Company named Kabbage one of the Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Finance, along with platforms like PayPal and Square


2014

"Fast Company" was named by the American Society of Magazine Editors as the magazine of the year in 2014 add something


2015

Labs", which was shut down in early 2015 add something

 

Kettering University - Industrial Engineering faculty member Justin Young was featured in a 2015 "Fast Company" article examining the future of ergonomics


2016

In 2016, 8,500 attendees attended keynotes, workshops, and Fast Tracks hosted in corporate offices centered on design, technology, social good, leadership, entrepreneurship, and creativity add something

 

Whisper (app) - In March 2016, "Fast Company" reported that Whisper had recently begun to use deep learning to build a content moderation tool, internally dubbed the Arbiter


2017

Co.Exist and Co.Create were rebranded as Ideas and Entertainment sections in 2017 add something

 

Thinx - Fast Company named THINX one of the most innovative companies of 2017

 

Thinx - Fast Company named THINX one of the most innovative companies of 2017