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I heard a really good tip recently about magazines subscriptions. As you probably figured it out, you can buy them from Amazon for a really good price. Here are a couple that I thought you might be interested in.

Harvard Business Review
http://www.amazon.com/Harvard-Business-Review/dp/B00007AXR5/ref=pd_bbs_1...

Wall Street Journal
http://www.amazon.com/Wall-Street-Journal-1-year-subscription/dp/B000BDI...

These may or may not be the cheapest prices available but it definitely will give you another place to check.

juliahhavener's picture

Great find! Thanks for the links. I never would have thought to check Amazon for magazine subscriptions.

karaikudy's picture

Great thanks for posting.

1$ a day for business news paper is a lot in India is even beyond middle level manager and it can only read if it is subscribed by the company as part of common pool benefit. In fact in a booming economy like India candidates look for these kind of facilities besides other factors to choose the organization they want to join.

http://www.sasken.com/careers/work_culture.html

https://careers.infosys.com/infyrms/infycareers/careers/fun_culture.asp

Karthik.

sholden's picture

Hello!

If folks want to purchase these and help out Manager Tools via their Amazon Affiliates program then please use the links below:

Wall Street Journal
http://www.amazon.com/Wall-Street-Journal-1-year-subscription/dp/B000BDI...

Harvard Business Review
http://www.amazon.com/Harvard-Business-Review/dp/B00007AXR5/leadertools-20

Thanks!

Steve

juliahhavener's picture

VERY cool option, Steve! Thanks for posting it. I know what goes on my Christmas list.

bragot's picture

If you have extra Delta Skymiles that you don't plan on using, I found this link here that allows you to purchase the WSJ and the Economist.

https://delta.mpmvp.com/magazine/form.asp

I tried this out a few days ago so I can't guarantee that it works, but it seems worth a shot.

karaikudy's picture

Delighted to update:-

Wall street Journal has come with an Indian edition. Cost Rs.2(US 5 cents). Full of valuable information.

[url]http://www.livemint.com/[/url]

HBR and Fortune are now available in Indian editions/ Subscriptions. They have given 50% discount for the annual subscription for the time being.

[url]http://shopping.indiatimes.com/ism/faces/tiles/product.jsp?catalogueID=2...

Great to see publishers reaching out towards India.

Yes, Still struggling to get many of the latest best selling books in India. Hope that the things will improve soon.

Karthik.