I have some history with Alan Webber, although Alan Webber has no history with me. In the mid-1990s, I was a young business journalist working at a trade magazine in Boulder. I had a plan, and Alan Webber was part of it. I wanted to work at Fast Company, the business magazine Webber founded with partner Bill Taylor that became the fast growing business magazine launch in history.
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