About The Conference Board Review

About The Conference Board Review

For more than thirty-five years, TCB Review has been the thought-leader magazine of The Conference Board, the world’s preeminent business membership and research organization. Founded in 1976 as Across the Board, TCB Review is a journal of ideas and opinions with a clear mission: to raise questions you hadn’t necessarily thought to ask—about how to run a business in a time of uncertainty and relentless change, about a corporation’s proper place in a world transformed by new attitudes and awareness, and about how corporate leaders can best serve both stockholders and stakeholders . . . especially when the planet itself is a stakeholder.

Matthew Budman is the magazine’s fourth editor to date, following founder Lewis Bergman, Howard Muson, and A.J. Vogl.

Editor-in-Chief

Matthew Budman
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Senior Editor

Vadim Liberman 
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Contributing Editors

Paul B. Brown, Larry Farrell, E.J. Heresniak, James Krohe Jr., Alison Maitland, Dick Martin, Michael E. Raynor, and Laurie Ruettimann


Art Directors

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Publisher

Chuck Mitchell

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Editorial Submissions

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The Conference Board creates and disseminates knowledge about management and the marketplace to help businesses strengthen their performance and better serve society. Working as a global, independent membership organization in the public interest, we conduct research, convene conferences, make forecasts, assess trends, publish information and analysis, and bring executives together to learn from one another. The Conference Board is a not-for-profit organization and holds 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status in the United States.

 

The Conference Board Review (ISSN 0147-1554) is published biannually by The Conference Board Inc., Jonathan Spector, CEO, 845 3rd Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022. Telephone: 212-759-0900. 

 

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The Conference Board Review is the quarterly magazine of The Conference Board, the world's preeminent business membership and research organization. Founded in 1976, TCB Review is a magazine of ideas and opinion that raises tough questions about leading-edge issues at the intersection of business and society.