We should have expected Bloomberg Businessweek was readying a bold cover following Hurricane Sandy, considering its history of hitting it out of the park when it comes to thought-provoking and unafraid stances on major issues. This time, it makes no bones about the fact that it thinks the hurricane was directly related to global warming, and if you -- like many media folks and politicians have been doing this past week -- think otherwise, you're stupid. As editor Josh Tyrangiel tweeted: "Our cover story this week may generate controversy, but only among the stupid." See the piece here.
The mag's creative director, Richard Turley, was on this year's Creativity 50. See his favorite covers here.