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Old 08-25-2012, 01:14 AM   #1
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Business Week Magazine

Unlike ones already in the inventory, this does not read from rss of Business Week news. It replicates the weekly magazine.

Code:
import re
from calibre.web.feeds.recipes import BasicNewsRecipe
from collections import OrderedDict

class BusinessWeekMagazine(BasicNewsRecipe):

    title       = 'Business Week Magazine'
    __author__  = 'Rick Shang'

    description = 'A renowned business publication. Business news, trends and profiles of successful businesspeople.'
    language = 'en'
    category = 'news'
    encoding = 'UTF-8'
    keep_only_tags = [
			dict(name='div', attrs={'id':'article_body_container'}),
			]
    remove_tags = [dict(name='ui'),dict(name='li')]
    no_javascript = True
    no_stylesheets = True
	
    cover_url             = 'http://images.businessweek.com/mz/covers/current_120x160.jpg'

    def parse_index(self):

	#Go to the issue
        soup = self.index_to_soup('http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/news/articles/business_news.htm')
	
	#Find date
	mag=soup.find('h2',text='Magazine')
	self.log(mag)
	dates=self.tag_to_string(mag.findNext('h3'))
	self.timefmt = u' [%s]'%dates

        #Go to the main body
	div0 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column left'})	
	section_title = ''
        feeds = OrderedDict()
	for div in div0.findAll('a'):
		articles = []
		section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
		title=self.tag_to_string(div).strip()
		url=div['href']
		soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
		urlprint=soup0.find('li', attrs={'class':'print'}).a['href']
		articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':'', 'date':''})

		
		if articles:
			if section_title not in feeds:
				feeds[section_title] = []
			feeds[section_title] += articles
	div1 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column center'})	
	section_title = ''
	for div in div1.findAll('a'):
		articles = []
		desc=self.tag_to_string(div.findNext('p')).strip()
		section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
		title=self.tag_to_string(div).strip()
		url=div['href']
		soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
		urlprint=soup0.find('li', attrs={'class':'print'}).a['href']
		articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':desc, 'date':''})

		if articles:
			if section_title not in feeds:
				feeds[section_title] = []
			feeds[section_title] += articles
        ans = [(key, val) for key, val in feeds.iteritems()]
        return ans
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Old 09-01-2012, 08:13 PM   #2
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Code:
import re
from calibre.web.feeds.recipes import BasicNewsRecipe
from collections import OrderedDict

class BusinessWeekMagazine(BasicNewsRecipe):

    title       = 'Business Week Magazine'
    __author__  = 'Rick Shang'

    description = 'A renowned business publication. Business news, trends and profiles of successful businesspeople.'
    language = 'en'
    category = 'news'
    encoding = 'UTF-8'
    keep_only_tags = [
			dict(name='div', attrs={'id':'article_body_container'}),
			]
    remove_tags = [dict(name='ui'),dict(name='li')]
    no_javascript = True
    no_stylesheets = True
	
    cover_url             = 'http://images.businessweek.com/mz/covers/current_120x160.jpg'

    def parse_index(self):

	#Go to the issue
        soup = self.index_to_soup('http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/news/articles/business_news.htm')
	
	#Find date
	mag=soup.find('h2',text='Magazine')
	self.log(mag)
	dates=self.tag_to_string(mag.findNext('h3'))
	self.timefmt = u' [%s]'%dates

        #Go to the main body
	div0 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column left'})	
	section_title = ''
        feeds = OrderedDict()
	for div in div0.findAll('h4'):
		articles = []
		section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
		title=self.tag_to_string(div.a).strip()
		url=div.a['href']
		soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
		urlprint=soup0.find('li', attrs={'class':'print'}).a['href']
		articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':'', 'date':''})

		
		if articles:
			if section_title not in feeds:
				feeds[section_title] = []
			feeds[section_title] += articles
	div1 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column center'})	
	section_title = ''
	for div in div1.findAll('h5'):
		articles = []
		desc=self.tag_to_string(div.findNext('p')).strip()
		section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
		title=self.tag_to_string(div.a).strip()
		url=div.a['href']
		soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
		urlprint=soup0.find('li', attrs={'class':'print'}).a['href']
		articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':desc, 'date':''})

		if articles:
			if section_title not in feeds:
				feeds[section_title] = []
			feeds[section_title] += articles
        ans = [(key, val) for key, val in feeds.iteritems()]
        return ans
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Old 01-11-2013, 01:48 AM   #3
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Code:
import re
from calibre.web.feeds.recipes import BasicNewsRecipe
from collections import OrderedDict

class BusinessWeekMagazine(BasicNewsRecipe):

    title       = 'Business Week Magazine'
    __author__  = 'Rick Shang'

    description = 'A renowned business publication. Business news, trends and profiles of successful businesspeople.'
    language = 'en'
    category = 'news'
    encoding = 'UTF-8'
    keep_only_tags = [
			dict(name='div', attrs={'id':'article_body_container'}),
			]
    remove_tags = [dict(name='ui'),dict(name='li'),dict(name='div', attrs={'id':['share-email']})]
    no_javascript = True
    no_stylesheets = True
	
    cover_url             = 'http://images.businessweek.com/mz/covers/current_120x160.jpg'

    def parse_index(self):

	#Go to the issue
        soup = self.index_to_soup('http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/news/articles/business_news.htm')
	
	#Find date
	mag=soup.find('h2',text='Magazine')
	self.log(mag)
	dates=self.tag_to_string(mag.findNext('h3'))
	self.timefmt = u' [%s]'%dates

        #Go to the main body
	div0 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column left'})	
	section_title = ''
        feeds = OrderedDict()
	for div in div0.findAll('h4'):
		articles = []
		section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
		title=self.tag_to_string(div.a).strip()
		url=div.a['href']
		soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
		urlprint=soup0.find('li', attrs={'class':'print'}).a['href']
		articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':'', 'date':''})

		
		if articles:
			if section_title not in feeds:
				feeds[section_title] = []
			feeds[section_title] += articles
	div1 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column center'})	
	section_title = ''
	for div in div1.findAll('h5'):
		articles = []
		desc=self.tag_to_string(div.findNext('p')).strip()
		section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
		title=self.tag_to_string(div.a).strip()
		url=div.a['href']
		soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
		urlprint=soup0.find('li', attrs={'class':'print'}).a['href']
		articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':desc, 'date':''})

		if articles:
			if section_title not in feeds:
				feeds[section_title] = []
			feeds[section_title] += articles
        ans = [(key, val) for key, val in feeds.iteritems()]
        return ans
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Old 01-17-2013, 09:28 PM   #4
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how to use it. its getting error and not downloading anything.
thanks for efforts
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Old 01-17-2013, 09:54 PM   #5
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Thanks for notifying me the issue. BW changed the page a little bit. This is the fix

Code:
import re
from calibre.web.feeds.recipes import BasicNewsRecipe
from collections import OrderedDict

class BusinessWeekMagazine(BasicNewsRecipe):

    title       = 'Business Week Magazine'
    __author__  = 'Rick Shang'

    description = 'A renowned business publication. Business news, trends and profiles of successful businesspeople.'
    language = 'en'
    category = 'news'
    encoding = 'UTF-8'
    keep_only_tags = [
			dict(name='div', attrs={'id':'article_body_container'}),
			]
    remove_tags = [dict(name='ui'),dict(name='li'),dict(name='div', attrs={'id':['share-email']})]
    no_javascript = True
    no_stylesheets = True
	
    cover_url             = 'http://images.businessweek.com/mz/covers/current_120x160.jpg'

    def parse_index(self):

	#Go to the issue
        soup = self.index_to_soup('http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/news/articles/business_news.htm')
	
	#Find date
	mag=soup.find('h2',text='Magazine')
	self.log(mag)
	dates=self.tag_to_string(mag.findNext('h3'))
	self.timefmt = u' [%s]'%dates

        #Go to the main body
	div0 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column left'})	
	section_title = ''
        feeds = OrderedDict()
	for div in div0.findAll('h4'):
		articles = []
		section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
		title=self.tag_to_string(div.a).strip()
		url=div.a['href']
		soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
		urlprint=soup0.find('li', attrs={'class':'print tracked'}).a['href']
		articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':'', 'date':''})

		
		if articles:
			if section_title not in feeds:
				feeds[section_title] = []
			feeds[section_title] += articles
	div1 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column center'})	
	section_title = ''
	for div in div1.findAll('h5'):
		articles = []
		desc=self.tag_to_string(div.findNext('p')).strip()
		section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
		title=self.tag_to_string(div.a).strip()
		url=div.a['href']
		soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
		urlprint=soup0.find('li', attrs={'class':'print tracked'}).a['href']
		articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':desc, 'date':''})

		if articles:
			if section_title not in feeds:
				feeds[section_title] = []
			feeds[section_title] += articles
        ans = [(key, val) for key, val in feeds.iteritems()]
        return ans
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Old 01-26-2013, 05:29 AM   #7
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I am sorry, it stopped working for me as of this week, I am getting this error log

Spoiler:

Fetch news from Business Week Magazine
Failed to initialize plugin: u'C:\\Users\\Mixx\\AppData\\Roaming\\calibre\\plug ins\\Amazon German.zip'
Resolved conversion options
calibre version: 0.9.14
{'asciiize': False,
'author_sort': None,
'authors': None,
'base_font_size': 0,
'book_producer': None,
'change_justification': 'original',
'chapter': None,
'chapter_mark': 'pagebreak',
'comments': None,
'cover': None,
'debug_pipeline': None,
'dehyphenate': True,
'delete_blank_paragraphs': True,
'disable_font_rescaling': False,
'dont_compress': False,
'dont_download_recipe': False,
'duplicate_links_in_toc': False,
'embed_font_family': None,
'enable_heuristics': False,
'extra_css': None,
'extract_to': None,
'filter_css': None,
'fix_indents': True,
'font_size_mapping': None,
'format_scene_breaks': True,
'html_unwrap_factor': 0.4,
'input_encoding': None,
'input_profile': <calibre.customize.profiles.InputProfile object at 0x0000000004F64B70>,
'insert_blank_line': False,
'insert_blank_line_size': 0.5,
'insert_metadata': False,
'isbn': None,
'italicize_common_cases': True,
'keep_ligatures': False,
'language': None,
'level1_toc': None,
'level2_toc': None,
'level3_toc': None,
'line_height': 0,
'linearize_tables': False,
'lrf': False,
'margin_bottom': 5.0,
'margin_left': 5.0,
'margin_right': 5.0,
'margin_top': 5.0,
'markup_chapter_headings': True,
'max_toc_links': 50,
'minimum_line_height': 120.0,
'mobi_file_type': 'old',
'mobi_ignore_margins': False,
'mobi_keep_original_images': False,
'mobi_toc_at_start': False,
'no_chapters_in_toc': False,
'no_inline_navbars': True,
'no_inline_toc': False,
'output_profile': <calibre.customize.profiles.KindleOutput object at 0x0000000004F67160>,
'page_breaks_before': None,
'personal_doc': '[PDOC]',
'prefer_author_sort': False,
'prefer_metadata_cover': False,
'pretty_print': False,
'pubdate': None,
'publisher': None,
'rating': None,
'read_metadata_from_opf': None,
'remove_fake_margins': True,
'remove_first_image': False,
'remove_paragraph_spacing': False,
'remove_paragraph_spacing_indent_size': 1.5,
'renumber_headings': True,
'replace_scene_breaks': '',
'search_replace': None,
'series': None,
'series_index': None,
'share_not_sync': False,
'smarten_punctuation': False,
'sr1_replace': '',
'sr1_search': '',
'sr2_replace': '',
'sr2_search': '',
'sr3_replace': '',
'sr3_search': '',
'start_reading_at': None,
'subset_embedded_fonts': False,
'tags': None,
'test': False,
'timestamp': None,
'title': None,
'title_sort': None,
'toc_filter': None,
'toc_threshold': 6,
'toc_title': None,
'unsmarten_punctuation': False,
'unwrap_lines': True,
'use_auto_toc': False,
'verbose': 2}
InputFormatPlugin: Recipe Input running
Using custom recipe
Magazine
Python function terminated unexpectedly
'NoneType' object has no attribute 'a' (Error Code: 1)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "site.py", line 132, in main
File "site.py", line 109, in run_entry_point
File "site-packages\calibre\utils\ipc\worker.py", line 186, in main
File "site-packages\calibre\gui2\convert\gui_conversion.py", line 25, in gui_convert
File "site-packages\calibre\ebooks\conversion\plumber.py", line 1009, in run
File "site-packages\calibre\customize\conversion.py", line 239, in __call__
File "site-packages\calibre\ebooks\conversion\plugins\recipe_ input.py", line 109, in convert
File "site-packages\calibre\web\feeds\news.py", line 891, in download
File "site-packages\calibre\web\feeds\news.py", line 1058, in build_index
File "<string>", line 44, in parse_index
AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'a'


Thanks for looking at it.

Cheers, Mixx
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I am sorry, it stopped working for me as of this week, I am getting this error log

Spoiler:

Fetch news from Business Week Magazine
Failed to initialize plugin: u'C:\\Users\\Mixx\\AppData\\Roaming\\calibre\\plug ins\\Amazon German.zip'
Resolved conversion options
calibre version: 0.9.14
{'asciiize': False,
'author_sort': None,
'authors': None,
'base_font_size': 0,
'book_producer': None,
'change_justification': 'original',
'chapter': None,
'chapter_mark': 'pagebreak',
'comments': None,
'cover': None,
'debug_pipeline': None,
'dehyphenate': True,
'delete_blank_paragraphs': True,
'disable_font_rescaling': False,
'dont_compress': False,
'dont_download_recipe': False,
'duplicate_links_in_toc': False,
'embed_font_family': None,
'enable_heuristics': False,
'extra_css': None,
'extract_to': None,
'filter_css': None,
'fix_indents': True,
'font_size_mapping': None,
'format_scene_breaks': True,
'html_unwrap_factor': 0.4,
'input_encoding': None,
'input_profile': <calibre.customize.profiles.InputProfile object at 0x0000000004F64B70>,
'insert_blank_line': False,
'insert_blank_line_size': 0.5,
'insert_metadata': False,
'isbn': None,
'italicize_common_cases': True,
'keep_ligatures': False,
'language': None,
'level1_toc': None,
'level2_toc': None,
'level3_toc': None,
'line_height': 0,
'linearize_tables': False,
'lrf': False,
'margin_bottom': 5.0,
'margin_left': 5.0,
'margin_right': 5.0,
'margin_top': 5.0,
'markup_chapter_headings': True,
'max_toc_links': 50,
'minimum_line_height': 120.0,
'mobi_file_type': 'old',
'mobi_ignore_margins': False,
'mobi_keep_original_images': False,
'mobi_toc_at_start': False,
'no_chapters_in_toc': False,
'no_inline_navbars': True,
'no_inline_toc': False,
'output_profile': <calibre.customize.profiles.KindleOutput object at 0x0000000004F67160>,
'page_breaks_before': None,
'personal_doc': '[PDOC]',
'prefer_author_sort': False,
'prefer_metadata_cover': False,
'pretty_print': False,
'pubdate': None,
'publisher': None,
'rating': None,
'read_metadata_from_opf': None,
'remove_fake_margins': True,
'remove_first_image': False,
'remove_paragraph_spacing': False,
'remove_paragraph_spacing_indent_size': 1.5,
'renumber_headings': True,
'replace_scene_breaks': '',
'search_replace': None,
'series': None,
'series_index': None,
'share_not_sync': False,
'smarten_punctuation': False,
'sr1_replace': '',
'sr1_search': '',
'sr2_replace': '',
'sr2_search': '',
'sr3_replace': '',
'sr3_search': '',
'start_reading_at': None,
'subset_embedded_fonts': False,
'tags': None,
'test': False,
'timestamp': None,
'title': None,
'title_sort': None,
'toc_filter': None,
'toc_threshold': 6,
'toc_title': None,
'unsmarten_punctuation': False,
'unwrap_lines': True,
'use_auto_toc': False,
'verbose': 2}
InputFormatPlugin: Recipe Input running
Using custom recipe
Magazine
Python function terminated unexpectedly
'NoneType' object has no attribute 'a' (Error Code: 1)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "site.py", line 132, in main
File "site.py", line 109, in run_entry_point
File "site-packages\calibre\utils\ipc\worker.py", line 186, in main
File "site-packages\calibre\gui2\convert\gui_conversion.py", line 25, in gui_convert
File "site-packages\calibre\ebooks\conversion\plumber.py", line 1009, in run
File "site-packages\calibre\customize\conversion.py", line 239, in __call__
File "site-packages\calibre\ebooks\conversion\plugins\recipe_ input.py", line 109, in convert
File "site-packages\calibre\web\feeds\news.py", line 891, in download
File "site-packages\calibre\web\feeds\news.py", line 1058, in build_index
File "<string>", line 44, in parse_index
AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'a'


Thanks for looking at it.

Cheers, Mixx
I have just tried it myself and it seems to be working fine. Are you updated to the most recent version of Calibre?
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Old 01-27-2013, 05:07 PM   #9
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Now I am and now it is working again. Thanks a million and I apologize for the bother. I should have tried the latest version first.

Thanxx, Mixx
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Old 01-27-2013, 11:26 PM   #10
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Now I am and now it is working again. Thanks a million and I apologize for the bother. I should have tried the latest version first.

Thanxx, Mixx
Not a problem at all. I'm glad it works, but do lemme know if it fails. I really wanna keep the recipe working
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Old 01-28-2013, 04:35 PM   #11
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Thank you for that, Rainrdx, much appreciated!
I certainly enjoy this recipe very much!

Thanxx for making it available!

Cheers, Mixx
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Old 03-25-2013, 05:26 PM   #12
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Update: Fixes the missing article issue

Code:
import re
from calibre.web.feeds.recipes import BasicNewsRecipe
from collections import OrderedDict

class BusinessWeekMagazine(BasicNewsRecipe):

    title       = 'Business Week Magazine'
    __author__  = 'Rick Shang'

    description = 'A renowned business publication. Business news, trends and profiles of successful businesspeople.'
    language = 'en'
    category = 'news'
    encoding = 'UTF-8'
    keep_only_tags = [
			dict(name='div', attrs={'id':'article_body_container'}),
			]
    remove_tags = [dict(name='ui'),dict(name='li'),dict(name='div', attrs={'id':['share-email']})]
    no_javascript = True
    no_stylesheets = True
	
    cover_url             = 'http://images.businessweek.com/mz/covers/current_120x160.jpg'

    def parse_index(self):

	#Go to the issue
        soup = self.index_to_soup('http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/news/articles/business_news.htm')
	
	#Find date
	mag=soup.find('h2',text='Magazine')
	self.log(mag)
	dates=self.tag_to_string(mag.findNext('h3'))
	self.timefmt = u' [%s]'%dates

        #Go to the main body
	div0 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column left'})	
	section_title = ''
        feeds = OrderedDict()
	for div in div0.findAll(['h4','h5']):
		articles = []
		section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
		title=self.tag_to_string(div.a).strip()
		url=div.a['href']
		soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
		urlprint=soup0.find('li', attrs={'class':'print tracked'}).a['href']
		articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':'', 'date':''})

		
		if articles:
			if section_title not in feeds:
				feeds[section_title] = []
			feeds[section_title] += articles
	div1 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column center'})	
	section_title = ''
	for div in div1.findAll(['h4','h5']):
		articles = []
		desc=self.tag_to_string(div.findNext('p')).strip()
		section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
		title=self.tag_to_string(div.a).strip()
		url=div.a['href']
		soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
		urlprint=soup0.find('li', attrs={'class':'print tracked'}).a['href']
		articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':desc, 'date':''})

		if articles:
			if section_title not in feeds:
				feeds[section_title] = []
			feeds[section_title] += articles
        ans = [(key, val) for key, val in feeds.iteritems()]
        return ans
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Old 04-05-2013, 09:39 PM   #13
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Update: Fixes due to minor changes in the website.
Now I've remembered to use the most recent code.

Code:
from calibre.web.feeds.recipes import BasicNewsRecipe
from collections import OrderedDict

class BusinessWeekMagazine(BasicNewsRecipe):

    title       = 'Business Week Magazine'
    __author__  = 'Rick Shang'

    description = 'A renowned business publication. Business news, trends and profiles of successful businesspeople.'
    language = 'en'
    category = 'news'
    encoding = 'UTF-8'
    keep_only_tags = [
            dict(name='div', attrs={'id':'article_body_container'}),
            ]
    remove_tags = [dict(name='ui'),dict(name='li'),dict(name='div', attrs={'id':['share-email']})]
    no_javascript = True
    no_stylesheets = True

    cover_url             = 'http://images.businessweek.com/mz/covers/current_120x160.jpg'

    def parse_index(self):
        #Go to the issue
        soup = self.index_to_soup('http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/news/articles/business_news.htm')

        #Find date
        mag=soup.find('h2',text='Magazine')
        self.log(mag)
        dates=self.tag_to_string(mag.findNext('h3'))
        self.timefmt = u' [%s]'%dates

        #Go to the main body
        div0 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column left'})
        section_title = ''
        feeds = OrderedDict()
        for div in div0.findAll(['h4','h5']):
            articles = []
            section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
            title=self.tag_to_string(div.a).strip()
            url=div.a['href']
            soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
            urlprint=soup0.find('a', attrs={'href':re.compile('.*printer.*')})['href']
            articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':'', 'date':''})


            if articles:
                if section_title not in feeds:
                    feeds[section_title] = []
                feeds[section_title] += articles
        div1 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column center'})
        section_title = ''
        for div in div1.findAll(['h4','h5']):
            articles = []
            desc=self.tag_to_string(div.findNext('p')).strip()
            section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
            title=self.tag_to_string(div.a).strip()
            url=div.a['href']
            soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
            urlprint=soup0.find('a', attrs={'href':re.compile('.*printer.*')})['href']
            articles.append({'title':title, 'url':urlprint, 'description':desc, 'date':''})

            if articles:
                if section_title not in feeds:
                    feeds[section_title] = []
                feeds[section_title] += articles
        ans = [(key, val) for key, val in feeds.iteritems()]
        return ans
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Update: fixes for the stupid website changes..

Code:
import re
from calibre.web.feeds.recipes import BasicNewsRecipe
from collections import OrderedDict

class BusinessWeekMagazine(BasicNewsRecipe):

    title       = 'Business Week Magazine'
    __author__  = 'Rick Shang'

    description = 'A renowned business publication. Business news, trends and profiles of successful businesspeople.'
    language = 'en'
    category = 'news'
    encoding = 'UTF-8'
    keep_only_tags = [
            dict(name='div', attrs={'id':['article_body_container','story_body']}),
            ]
    remove_tags = [dict(name='ui'),dict(name='li'),dict(name='div', attrs={'id':['share-email']})]
    no_javascript = True
    no_stylesheets = True

    cover_url             = 'http://images.businessweek.com/mz/covers/current_120x160.jpg'

    def parse_index(self):
        #Go to the issue
        soup = self.index_to_soup('http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/news/articles/business_news.htm')

        #Find date
        mag=soup.find('h2',text='Magazine')
        dates=self.tag_to_string(mag.findNext('h3'))
        self.timefmt = u' [%s]'%dates

        #Go to the main body
        div0 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column left'})
        section_title = ''
        feeds = OrderedDict()
        for div in div0.findAll('a', attrs={'class': None}):
            articles = []
            section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
            title=self.tag_to_string(div).strip()
            url=div['href']
	    soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
            urlprint=soup0.find('a', attrs={'href':re.compile('.*printer.*')})
	    if urlprint is not None:
		url=urlprint['href']
            articles.append({'title':title, 'url':url, 'description':'', 'date':''})


            if articles:
                if section_title not in feeds:
                    feeds[section_title] = []
		feeds[section_title] += articles
        div1 = soup.find ('div', attrs={'class':'column center'})
        section_title = ''
        for div in div1.findAll('a'):
            articles = []
            desc=self.tag_to_string(div.findNext('p')).strip()
            section_title = self.tag_to_string(div.findPrevious('h3')).strip()
            title=self.tag_to_string(div).strip()
            url=div['href']
            soup0 = self.index_to_soup(url)
            urlprint=soup0.find('a', attrs={'href':re.compile('.*printer.*')})
	    if urlprint is not None:
		url=urlprint['href']
            articles.append({'title':title, 'url':url, 'description':desc, 'date':''})
            if articles:
                if section_title not in feeds:
                    feeds[section_title] = []
		feeds[section_title] += articles


        ans = [(key, val) for key, val in feeds.iteritems()]
        return ans
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Not working again. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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