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Far Eastern Economic Review

Lai See

With a conservation policy like this, who needs enemies?

Tuesday, 26 June, 2012, 12:00am

Magazine to keep two editorial staff, may relocate to Beijing

And then there were two.

Following the sacking of 80 journalists and support staff from the Far Eastern Economic Review, it has been revealed the magazine will be run by an editorial team of two.

30 Oct 2004 - 12:00am

End of an era as weekly Review disappears

East Asia's leading English-language weekly news magazine yesterday folded in its current format with the loss of 80 jobs.

The format of the Far Eastern Economic Review will be changed to a monthly opinion journal, its publisher said.

29 Oct 2004 - 12:00am

Timing of change surprises analyst

With advertising on the way up, weekly appeared to have survived the worst

A media analyst yesterday reacted with surprise at the timing of the change in format of the Far Eastern Economic Review.

29 Oct 2004 - 12:00am

Lai See

feer gets top billing

Things must be going really well at the Far Eastern Economic Review.

They're literally throwing money away over there.

Yesterday we received a 'Dear REVIEW Reader' letter from FEER managing director Christopher Graves, who invited us 'to join an exclusive group of executives who participate in an important survey'.

29 Jun 2004 - 12:00am

In Brief

Weekly news magazine shuffles editorial team

27 Feb 2004 - 12:00am

EVENTS

July 10

5 Jul 2003 - 12:00am

'How now Dow cow?'

The Far Eastern Economic Review received a righteous slagging in Britain's Manchester Guardian newspaper last week for its miserly 250-word obituary on legendary editor Derek Davies, who died on September 15.

15 Oct 2002 - 12:00am

Singaporean to edit Journal

American publishing giant Dow Jones announced changes at the top level of its Asian editorial operations last night.

A new editor of the Asian Wall Street Journal, Reginald Chua, was appointed, replacing Urban C. Lehner who becomes executive editor of Dow Jones Asia.

31 Jul 1997 - 12:00am

Review editor maintains status quo

Nayan Chanda, the newly appointed editor of the Far Eastern Economic Review, says there will be continuity, not change, at the regional business weekly.

'Analysing and interpreting events are our strengths,' Mr Chanda said, adding that the Review would continue its 'forward-looking, interpretive' style of reporting.

19 Feb 1997 - 12:00am

Dow names new chief

Dow Jones & Co has appointed Suzanne Tang Glen as managing director of the Asian Wall Street Journal Weekly. From her United States base, Ms Glen will be in charge of all business functions of the weekly, which has a circulation of 9,689, and of expanding the US circulation of the Far Eastern Economic Review, which sells 11,000 copies.

23 Oct 1996 - 12:00am

Business confidence dips in 1997 run-up

BUSINESS leaders and executives are more wary about prospects in Hong Kong in the run-up to 1997, according to a survey of 150 delegates attending a prestigious economic conference today.

8 Jun 1995 - 12:00am

Facing the challenge

FRANK Ching, features editor of the Far Eastern Economic Review, will speak on 'Freedom of the press - the challenge of 1997' at an American Chamber of Commerce meeting on March 15.

Mr Ching, who will be speaking at the Furama Hotel, will discuss the levers of power open to manipulation by China after 1997.

1 Mar 1995 - 12:00am

The founder

THE article 'Confucian Crusader' (Sunday Morning Post, January 22) identified Derek Davies as the founding editor of the Far Eastern Economic Review. The magazine was founded in 1946 by editor Eric Halpern (who had previously run the only English-language publication in Shanghai, Finance And Commerce ) and Karel Weiss, a fellow native of what is now called the Czech Republic.

19 Feb 1995 - 12:00am

Back Chat

THE deadlock in Sino-British diplomatic relations may exact a heavy price from an as-yet untapped source - the Governor Chris Patten's wallet.

A former member of Hong Kong's office in London recalled that one of his duties was to tote up the number of days Mr Patten's predecessor, Lord Wilson, spent in Britain.

23 Jan 1994 - 12:00am

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