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The Week is a family of publications which began with a print magazine more than 20 years ago. It now also includes digital editions of the magazine, with weekly apps for iPads, iPhones and Android devices – and a website that publishes distinctive online stories throughout the week.

In all its forms, The Week is designed for readers who want to know what's going on in the world, but don’t have the time read a daily newspaper from cover to cover - let alone all of them.

In Britain alone, the papers amount to a staggering 5,800 pages a week – almost ten million words.

On top of that, there’s a plethora of TV and radio bulletins to keep up with, and news websites too.

Keeping up to date with what's happening, and understanding all the issues, from all angles, has never been more taxing, or more important.

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Employees (est.) (Apr 2019)129
Revenue (FY, 2017)£28.4 M(+17%)

Key People/Management at The Week

Tara Mitchell

Tara Mitchell

VP Marketing
William Falk

William Falk

Editor in Chief
Arielle Starkman

Arielle Starkman

Director of Financial Reporting
Garrett Markley

Garrett Markley

Digital Director
Alex Dalenberg

Alex Dalenberg

Senior Editor
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The Week Office Locations

The Week has offices in London and Bedford
London, GB (HQ)
30 Cleveland Street
Bedford, US
Bedford, MA, USA
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The Week Financials and Metrics

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The Week's revenue was reported to be £28.41 m in FY, 2017

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The Week News and Updates

The Week Ahead: A Bullish Market That Is Getting Stretched

It was another good week for the stock market and while the market internals are still pointing to even higher prices Tom Aspray points out there are some technical warning signs on the horizon.

The Week Ahead: Hope Not For 1998

March’s numbers are in and the monthly analysis of the market internals has a clear message. It was the best 1st quarter for the S&P 500 since 1998 but was that really a good buy and hold year for stocks?

An Uneventful End To The Week

Daily Crypto Commentary 3/25/19

The Week Ahead: New Technical Warnings?

The large swings in the stock market last week has further confused both those who are bullish on the market and those who are skeptical about the recent stock market rally. From a technical perspective there were some significant changes last week that traders should be aware of now.

The Week Ahead: Can Tech Stocks Drag The Market Higher?

Was last week’s reversal enough to push the overall market higher? What do the technical studies say about the strength of the stock market’s daily and weekly trend?

The Week Ahead: Buy, Sell Or Hold?

From a technical standpoint, Monday’s rally failure was accompanied by new developments in the daily A/D lines that both traders and investors should understand. Tom Aspray explains what this means for the week ahead and what action investor or traders should take.
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The Week Blogs

Bitcoin price: cryptocurrency mining ban in China may impact values

Credits  Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text  bitcoin The move aims to cut ‘wasteful energy consumption’ One-Minute Read Cameron Tait Monday, April 15, 2019 - 3:27pm A move …

Should isolation in schools be banned?

Credits  Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Alt Text  School The practice of secluding pupils has dramatically increased in recent years but has received sustained criticism In Depth Monday, April 15, 2019 - 4:27…

Champions League: Juventus vs. Ajax preview, team news, starting XIs, predictions, betting odds, TV

Description  Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo scored a header against Ajax in the Champions League Credits  Michael Steele/Getty Images Alt Text  Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo scored a header against Ajax in…

Porsche 911 Speedster 2019: spy shots, prices, specs and release date

Description  The Porsche 911 Speedster Concept II Credits  Porsche Alt Text  Porsche Speedster Exclusive drop-top sports car is just days away from being unveiled News Hub Monday, Apri…

What is Trump’s Middle East peace plan?

Description  President Trump with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu during a visit to Israel last year Credits  Kobi Gideon/Getty Images Alt Text  Netanyahu Trump International community expresses concern ove…

Champions League: Barcelona vs. Man Utd preview, team news, starting XIs, predictions, odds, TV

Description  Ole Gunnar Solskjaer scored the winner for Man Utd against Bayern in the 1999 Champions League final at the Camp Nou in Barcelona Credits  Getty Images Alt Text  Ole Gunnar Solskjaer scored the winner …
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The Week Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was The Week founded?

    The Week was founded in 2001.

  • Who are The Week key executives?

    The Week's key executives are Tara Mitchell, William Falk and Arielle Starkman.

  • How many employees does The Week have?

    The Week has 129 employees.

  • What is The Week revenue?

    Latest The Week annual revenue is £28.4 m.

  • What is The Week revenue per employee?

    Latest The Week revenue per employee is £220.2 k.

  • Who are The Week competitors?

    Competitors of The Week include Time, RCS MediaGroup and Advance Publications.

  • Where is The Week headquarters?

    The Week headquarters is located at 30 Cleveland Street, London.

  • Where are The Week offices?

    The Week has offices in London and Bedford.

  • How many offices does The Week have?

    The Week has 2 offices.