Magazine Cover o’ the Week (Hedge Fund Myth Edition)

Every Friday, Bloomberg Businessweek arrives – unbidden – at the hardworking staff’s doorstep.

(We’re guessing it’s an offshoot of our Wall Street Journal home subscription.)

Regardless, Bloomberg Businessweek has consistently interesting covers.

Current issue (tip o’ the pixel to FishbowlNY):

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Questionable taste? Yes.

But unquestionably smart.

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8 Responses to Magazine Cover o’ the Week (Hedge Fund Myth Edition)

  1. Curmudgeon says:

    Smart? Not really. Anyone following the business pages understands what is going on.

    Correct? You bet it is.

    Taste? Tasteless. But that’s what we have come to expect from the latest generation of graphic designers, isn’t it?

    Or is that pornographic designers?

    BTW, have any comments on VW’s “Talking Ball” ad?

    • Campaign Outsider says:

      Not sure I’ve seen that VW ad, Mudge.

      ________________________________________

      • Curmudgeon says:

        Couple buys toys for kids at a service plaza. Boy gets bright yellow ball.

        Driving down road, boy starts bouncing ball. Ball starts emitting an obnoxious voice repeating an obnoxiously trite message.

        Parents look at each other in terrified horror.

        Tagline reads: 458 Miles to a Tank.

        Mother mouths “Sorry”.

        That’s an ad you remember, and you remember who sponsored it.

      • Campaign Outsider says:

        Yep – good one.

  2. Shouldn’t the arrow be black?

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