What's the problem? If I was rich and owned a magazine, I'd also publish my own articles, in modern biz-speak, which draw parallels between myself and the great figures of history... well, maybe I wouldn't:
I don’t know where people get the idea our moguls are out of touch. Why, just look at the new feature over at Forbes—Power Ambition Glory, which is lavishly presented as a “Special Report,” replete with a bust of Caesar placed tastefully opposite the mugs of failed presidential monomaniacs Rudy Giuliani and Steve Forbes. On closer inspection, the special report is a cut-and-paste repurposing of excerpts from a book, by Forbes and John Prevas, bearing the same oddly unpunctuated title, and the far wordier but no more grammatical subtitle, “The Stunning Parallels Between Great Leaders of the Ancient World and Today and the Lessons You Can Learn.”
The comments are good, too.