Edwards's Turn Of Fortune
In a dig at Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton during Tuesday night's AFL-CIO debate in Chicago, former Sen. John Edwards boasted that he would never be celebrated on the front of the business magazine Fortune the way his rival for the Democratic nomination recently was.
"You'll never see me on the cover of Fortune magazine," Edwards said.
In fact, Edwards was recently profiled by the magazine (though not, admittedly, on its cover). He sat for a lengthy interview with writer Nina Easton and also posed for a photo.
His point, of course, was not that he dislikes Fortune magazine, but rather tha the would never be celebrated by business interests the way Clinton has been. No word on how he feels about Business Week.
-- Anne E. Kornblut
Posted at 8:44 AM ET on Aug 9, 2007
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