Time Inc.

Time Inc. is a company founded on 28 November 1922 US-based media company with headquarters in New York, part of the Time Warner Group. It moved more than a hundred magazines, including some of the most famous in the United States. Regards the products of publishing include the magazines Time, Sports Illustrated, Fortune, People, Entertainment Weekly and Money. Time Inc. is the largest publisher in the U.S. and one of the industry leaders in the UK and Mexico. The market share of the company to advertising in magazines in the United States estimated the market research firm comScore for April 2010 to 21%. At Time Inc., the British company IPC Media, which in turn publishes magazines like New Musical Express or Marie Claire heard.

After the purchase of Little, Brown and Company 1968 Time Inc. operated at times as a book publisher. This division was established in 1996 but merged with Warner Books to the Time Warner Book Group. In 2006 she was sold to the French Groupe Lagardère and subsequently traded under Hachette Book Group.