Is it just us or does Fast Company have an odd policy when it comes to deciding who should feature on their cover (and even in their articles)? Sure, we love some of the writing in the magazine but why on earth would a magazine that is supposed to be future focused feature Intel or Nokia as their cover stories?

Is it just us or does Fast Company have an odd policy when it comes to deciding who should feature on their cover (and even in their articles)? Sure, we love some of the writing in the magazine but why on earth would a magazine that is supposed to be future focused feature Intel or Nokia as their cover stories?

And we’re not the only ones who don’t rank those companies highly – their employees don’t either. A survey by Glassdoor.com has employee approval rating of their bosses. While Steve Jobs got a 90% mark, Paul S. Otellini of Intel got a 62% and Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo of Nokia only got a 56%.

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