Bob Safian

After teetering in the post-dot-com era, Fast Company expects 30-percent revenue growth this year.

Some publishers want to talk strategy, share metrics and demonstrate platforms. Christine Osekoski wants to tell stories: China's push into sub-Saharan Africa, the ugly truth behind bottled water, "tech-doping" at the 2008 Olympics. Exciting and unnerving - if they share a core message, it would be "what you thought was true maybe isn't so" - these stories open up new vistas of pitfalls and possibilities. They also have a lot to do with the recent success of Osekoski's magazine, Fast Company.

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