An Economic and Financial Outlook: A Chat with Knight Kiplinger

An Economic and Financial Outlook: A Chat with Knight Kiplinger
July 28, 2014 -
5:30pm to 6:45pm

Join Mr. Knight Kiplinger *70, one of Americas most respected economic journalists and business forecasters, for an engaging talk at the Kiplinger Washington Editors offices.

Mr. Knight Kiplinger *70 is editor in chief of The Kiplinger Letter, Kiplingers Personal Finance magazine and The letter, a weekly publication started in 1923, is the most widely read and longest-published business forecasting publication in the world.

Kiplingers Personal Finance, the first magazine in the field of personal money management, was founded in 1947 and today has a monthly circulation of more than 600,000. is a full-featured Web site with content and tools for helping people manage their money, as well as business forecasting content to help managers in their decision-making.

Mr. Kiplinger came to the Kiplinger organization following 13 years in newspaper journalism as a Washington correspondent and editor. For six years, he was Washington bureau chief for Ottaway Newspapers, Inc., a chain of 22 daily papers. Mr. Kiplinger has also co-authored two best selling forecast books.

The company Mr. Kiplinger heads, Kiplinger Washington Editors, Inc., has won many awards, including the Washington regional and national 2002 Business Ethics Award in the small-business category. In 2007, it was recognized by Ethisphere magazine as one of the Worlds Most Ethical Companies. Mr. Kiplinger himself has been a guest on a variety of national radio and TV programs, including NPR, CNN, Fox, CNBC, and Marketplace.

Location: 1100 13th St., NW, Suite 750
Closest Metro: Metro Center (Red Line), McPherson Square Metro (Blue/Orange Line), Mount Vernon Square (Green/Yellow Line)
Attendance Limit: 15 *Please Note: If you plan to attend, please send me a short blurb about yourself for Mr. Kiplinger to review by 4:30 PM, Friday, July 25th. Please be sure to also arrive by 5:30 PM*

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