If you like the way this magazine presents content but would prefer to read it electronically, consider our electronic edition.
The e-edition differs from our website, because it presents all of our pages just as they appear in print. You can find Business Insider on the Statesmans full-size e-edition (designed for laptops and PCs) and its mobile edition for smart phones and tablets.
I enjoy flipping through the pages of BI online. I like the crispness of the digital reproduction.
You can find back issues, too. Say you wanted to read last weeks cover story on the Meridian couple who built a 215-employee trucking company. The full-size e-edition presents the four most recent weeks editions. You can download an edition to keep it. The full-size version lets you make the pages bigger or smaller. You can search the magazine. My search for employees in last weeks edition found the word in 13 articles.
The mobile version offers two weeks worth of Statesmans and BIs. It has live page and web links.
The editions are inexpensive. The BI e-edition comes bundled with the Statesman, and print subscribers will receive access starting Nov. 14 for a slight extra charge unless they ask to be excluded. An e-edition Statesman subscription without print is $6.95 a month or $69.95 a year.
To order, follow the instructions in To get the magazine under the BI icon on the bottom of Page 3.
firstname.lastname@example.org. Twitter: @IDS_DavidStaats