Forbes is a popular American business magazine. It was founded in September 1917 by B.C. Forbes and Walter Drey. The original name was Forbes: Devoted to Doers and Doings. Forbes is owned by Forbes Media, LLC, with 51% belonging to Integrated Whale Media Investments and the remaining 49% belonging to the Forbes family. The Editor-in-Chief is Steve Forbes, who is the grandson of B.C. Forbes. The Editor is Randall Lane. The Chief Executive Officer is Mike Federle. The headquarters are based in Jersey City, New Jersey. Forbes is published on a bi-weekly basis.
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