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Company Magazine To Go Digital-Only Amid Falling Sales

Posted at 7:46AM Thursday 14 Aug 2014

Company magazine, the monthly Hearst UK glossy aimed at younger women, will cease print publication after 36 years in September and go online-only.

Hearst announced on Wednesday that after Company's final issue, October 2014, goes on sale on 5 September, it will focus its efforts on targeting 16-24 year old women via the title's website, Company.co.uk.

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