Dennis Publishing, publisher of The Week in the US and the UK, has acquired Kiplinger Washington Editors, Inc..
Kiplinger, founded in 1920 in Washington, DC and run by three generations of the Kiplinger family, publishes the largest paid-subscription publications in several financial fields: business forecasting (the weekly Kiplinger Letter); taxes (the biweekly Kiplinger Tax Letter); retirement living (the monthly Kiplinger’s Retirement Report) and yield-oriented investing (the monthly Kiplinger’s Investing for Income).
Its most widely read products are Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, the 600,000-circulation monthly magazine which pioneered personal finance journalism in 1947, and Kiplinger.com, its website with four million unique visitors and more than 30 million page views per month.
Dennis currently owns The Week based in New York, which boasts over 550,000 paid-for print subscribers and 5.8 million monthly unique users to its award-winning current affairs website TheWeek.com.
Dennis was acquired by UK private equity firms Exponent in October 2018. Washington-based Kiplinger is the first acquisition that Dennis has made in the US since it changed ownership.