Business Week

Once there was a house-organ named System. The Shaw-Walker Furniture Co. of Chicago handed it around to the employes. Outsiders liked it so well that Arch Wilkinson Shaw found it would make money. He changed its name to System, The Magazine of Business, broadened its appeal, became Publisher Shaw. Circulalation increased still more. So Publisher Shaw made two magazines of it, called one System, the other The Magazine of Business. Both were monthlies. The first concerned itself with Office Management, the second with Big Business. In such...

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