Category Archives: Content partner

How Flipboard Does Money

The rising costs of pharmaceutical drugs, equal pay for women and the perils of processed food—these are just some of the topics covered in the inaugural issue of Money back in 1972. Forty-two years later, our worries haven’t changed much, … Continue reading

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Brides Says “I Do” to a Flipboard Edition

The institution of marriage may be heading toward the same fate as the dodo. Millennials in the U.S. are on track to have the lowest marriage rates, by age 40, compared to any previous generation. Still, getting married will continue … Continue reading

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Life in Letters: The Paris Review Pairs With Flipboard

Originally conceived in the City of Lights, The Paris Review has become an institution for the world of arts and letters. Founded in 1953 by writer and journalist George Plimpton, the New York-based quarterly celebrates fiction, poetry, narrative non-fiction and … Continue reading

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The UK’s Spectator Brings Its Provocative Voices to Flipboard

Established in 1828, The Spectator is the oldest continuously published magazine in the English language and has long had a taste for controversy. From George Brimley’s essay questioning the intellectual worth of Dickens (1853) to then-Editor Ian Gilmour’s firm views … Continue reading

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New CNN Magazines Debut on Flipboard

It’s been three months since CNN launched its nonstop news coverage and video clips on Flipboard, along with magazines curated by hosts like John King, Fareed Zakaria and Jake Tapper. Since then, the CNN team has launched a slew of … Continue reading

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Get Perspective: Bloomberg View Is Now on Flipboard

In 1981, Michael Bloomberg was a recently laid-off investment banker—with $10 million dollars in severance. Instead of going on “funemployment,” the future mayor of New York City used his more substantial wealth of financial information to launch a startup offering … Continue reading

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Home Sweet Home: ELLE DECOR Beautifies Flipboard

For those of us who can’t even keep succulents alive in our homes, magazines like ELLE DECOR induce us into a state of breathless possibility. “What if…my home…could look…like that?!” goes the excited brain, as page after page reveals ideas … Continue reading

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Quartz Goes to India, on Flipboard

Can anything slow down Quartz on its path to world-wide domination? Launched a scant two years ago, the global business site now serves its blend of fast-paced, “obsession”-based coverage daily, to more than 5 million people a month—including a version … Continue reading

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Best in Show: Entertainment Weekly’s on Flipboard

“We have too many choices and too little time,” wrote Entertainment Weekly founder Jeff Jarvis in a memo nearly 26 years ago. At the time, Jarvis wasn’t a media pundit, but a TV critic overwhelmed by pop culture. Afraid to … Continue reading

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Now Serving: Food & Wine on Flipboard

After Ariane and Michael Batterberry got married in 1968, they set out to create a culinary magazine that felt more grounded than other fancy food magazines and appealed to men as much as women. Ten years later, with some financing … Continue reading

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