Waste of time. To be fair I did read a couple of these. Huge waste of time! Nothing insightful, useful, or worthwhile. This guys publication is as useless and as self guide as his career in politics.
Free for apple, pay for android Business Week lied to me. Said wasn't available on android. Update-after several emails to customer service they refuse to answer any questions regarding the free apple, non-free android versions. The complete lack of customer service is pitiful. Customer disservice is more accurate.
Cannot download app I am a print subscriber and wanted to read the content on my Android phone. However, when I open the Bloomberg Businessweek+ app on my phone, it says "This item isn't available." Has anyone else encountered similar issues?
Don't think I'll renew my subscription. I am a print subscriber, but I find myself more and more aggravated by actual print magazines. I don't want to carry them with me, and I'm almost never at home to read them. As a result, I'm finding more and more issues of Businessweek sitting in the mail basket and remaining unread. My Android phone and tablet are with me all the time. If I was granted access to digital copies along with the remainder of my print subscription, I think I'd actually have more opportunity to read.
Ripoff I have a 3 year subscription. I should be able to read it on my Android tablet without paying again. Businessweek should embrace this since it saves them print and mailing costs
Good articles I don't understand why so many people give this magazine a 1 star. Is it because they have to pay an additional fee to subscribe to the e-mag when they are already print subscribers? Yeah that sucks but that doesn't mean this magazine isn't enlightening or entertaining, does it? Its one of the best e-magazines for its buck.