One of the publications I subscribe to is Inc. Magazine. It often has interesting articles packed in a tight format. I like that. But it seems like all anyone does for "business" anymore is try to invent some ap based on an ap and then try to obtain VC funding for the idea so you can sell it off as quickly as possible. In addition, the advertisements tell you a lot about where we're at. Take the example posted here. You'd get the impression that all small businesses do in America is make lattes, bake scones, or grow and make organic salads.
Meanwhile, the Chinese are building things in small shops and preparing to seize our trade networks.