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- Alan Webber is an American entrepreneur, writer and progressive Democrat who unsuccessfully ran for Governor of New Mexico in 2014. In 1981, Webber worked as an employee of the Harvard Business School, where he went on to serve for five years as managing editor and editorial director of the Harvard Business Review. In 1995, Webber co-founded the technology business magazine, Fast Company, where he was named Adweek's Editor of the Year in 1999. In 2000, investors sold Fast Company for $360 million, which was at that time, the second highest price ever paid for a U.S. magazine.
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Businessperson
- Alan Webber is the father of Mark Webber.
- parent of Mark Webber
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Alan Webber, Philosophy and Liberation. A Cross-Cultural Comparison of ...
Encyclopedia of Creativity (2011)
This was launched by a team of two ambitious entrepreneurs Alan Webber and Bill Taylor, former Harvard Business Review editors.
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