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The future of magazines: conspicuous consumption

By Susha  


In what could be either a green shoot or an act of chutzpah, on Friday the Financial Times launched the website for their How To Spend It magazine. Even those familiar with the magazine, which has been going for 15 years, might still find the website surprising to look at—the design is innovative and on my computer at least, slow to load (I suppose that if I was rich enough to be in their target audience, I’d have a faster…

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