MANSUETO VENTURES PRESS RELEASES

WEDNESDAY, May 16, 2007

Featured in the June Issue of Fast Company Magazine

Cover Story: China Means Business, pg. 64.
If you think the Chinese will never catch up in the creative fields like design, architecture, advertising, and fashion, you're kidding yourself. The next cultural revolution is happening in China. As a new global generation comes into its own, the old obedience is giving way to an edgy, outward-looking culture that's eager to compete anywhere.

TUESDAY, MAY 08, 2007

JOHN TEBEAU NAMED PUBLISHER OF INC. MAGAZINE

NEW YORK, May 8, 2007 - Mansueto Ventures, publishers of Inc. and Fast Company media brands, announced today that John Tebeau, 41, has been promoted to Publisher of Inc. magazine, effective immediately. Tebeau is based in Inc.'s New York City headquarters and will report directly to Mansueto Ventures CEO John Koten.

THURSDAY, April 19, 2007

INC. RANKS #1 FOR ACTIONS TAKEN IN RESPONSE TO ADVERTISING

NEW YORK, April 17, 2007 -- Inc. ranked number one for the second year in a row among the major business titles (Business Week, Inc., Forbes and Fortune) for Actions Taken on the basis of advertising, according to the latest data released by the VISTA Print Effectiveness Rating Service, a division of the Affinity marketing and media research company.

THURSDAY, April 19, 2007

HAROLD BOLLING NAMED PUBLISHER OF MANSUETO DIGITAL

NEW YORK, April 19, 2007 -- Mansueto Ventures, owner of the Inc. and Fast Company brands, today named Harold Bolling as publisher of Mansueto Digital, a recently formed entity dedicated to the aggressive growth of the company's multiple digital platforms, which include Inc.com, FastCompany.com, and IncTechnology.com. Mr. Bolling, formerly managing director of Sales & Marketing at Mansueto Ventures, will report to Edward Sussman, president of Mansueto Digital. Mr. Bolling's appointment is effective immediately.

THURSDAY, April 19, 2007

Featured in the May Issue of Fast Company Magazine

Cover Story: The Kid Who Turned Down $1 BILLION, pg. 74.
Silicon Valley was all abuzz when Mark Zuckerberg and his geek buddies blew a golden opportunity last year when they passed up linking their Web 2.0 startup Facebook with a big media giant. In a rare interview, Fast Company Senior Editor Ellen McGirt uncovers why the 22-year-old hacker-turned-CEO turned down $1 billion and reveals his future plans for Facebook.

THURSDAY, April 19, 2007

MANSUETO VENTURES ANNOUNCES FORMATION OF MANSUETO DIGITAL AND $10 MILLION INVESTMENT IN NEW DIGITAL DIVISION

NEW YORK, February 20, 2007 -- Mansueto Ventures, owner of the Inc. and Fast Company brands, today announced the formation of Mansueto Digital and a $10 million investment in the new division. This investment is in addition to Mansueto Ventures' continued expansion of the Fast Company and Inc. print magazine titles.

WEDNESDAY, April 11, 2007

INC. MAGAZINE SEES 7.5 PERCENT AD PAGE GROWTH IN FIRST QUARTER 2007, AS MEASURED BY THE PUBLISHERS INFORMATION BUREAU

NEW YORK, April 10, 2007 - Inc. magazine today announced that its total advertising pages increased 7.56% in the first quarter of 2007, as measured by The Publishers Information Bureau (PIB). During this period, Inc. had a total of 171.26 ad pages - a gain of 12.03 pages over the same period one year ago.

WEDNESDAY, March 21, 2007

Featured in the April Issue of Fast Company Magazine

Made In China: GM Bets on China to Design A Better Car, pg. 70.
In the 1950s and 1960s, General Motor's design chiefs controlled the car market. What worked in America, worked globally. Now the automaker is betting that China can design a better car for Americans, and everyone else. Outsourcing takes work out of the U.S. but, it's generally low-value commodity jobs. Yet the work going on inside two GM studios reflects a different reality: instead of taking orders from the United States, China is taking the lead on creative strategy. Fast Company Executive Editor Keith Hammonds is available to discuss the impact China is having on the automotive industry.