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Forbes Asia 30 Under 30: 300 game changers

Forbes Asia 30 Under 30: 300 game changers

Blowing up the venture capital model (again)

Blowing up the venture capital model (again)

James Justice: The deadbeat billionaire

James Justice: The deadbeat billionaire

How to build a better Tesla

How to build a better Tesla

Big money, little kids and a grand experiment

Big money, little kids and a grand experiment

  • Porsche 356's allure

    Porsche 356's allure

    Steve McQueen, Janis Joplin and one woman's quest to find the one that got away

  • How Marygrace Sexton rescued her orange juice company

    How Marygrace Sexton rescued her orange juice company

    She sold Natalie's to a private equity firm, then watched it start to spoil. Here's the story of how she reclaimed--and rejuvenated--the clean beverage

  • Trump's secret windfall

    Trump's secret windfall

    The US president's largest holding is a $900 million stake in two buildings that don't have his name on them. It's an arrangement that some of his tenants aren't even aware of, and one that he tried his best to torpedo

  • Peter Szulczewski's cheap thrills

    Peter Szulczewski's cheap thrills

    His Wish was the world's most downloaded shopping app last year. Its ultra-cheap wares make Walmart look like Bergdorf, but his 90 million users can't afford to care—and their impulse purchases have added up to a $1.4 billion fortune for Szulczewski

  • Reimagining capitalism

    Reimagining capitalism

    Billionaires have become this year's punching bag, as too many folks see a system stacked against them. Here's our blueprint to make the greatest economic engine ever invented more authentic, accessible and accountable

  • Daniel Lubetzky: Social spin doctor

    Daniel Lubetzky: Social spin doctor

    The founder of Kind Healthy Snacks has spun chocolate, nuts and do-gooder rhetoric into a snack company worth billions. Maybe someday he'll get back to his true passion: Changing the world for the better

  • The World's Billionaires 2019

    The World's Billionaires 2019

    Our definitive guide to the 2,153 richest people on the planet

  • With friends like Jared Kushner...

    With friends like Jared Kushner...

    Ryan Williams is one of the most successful 30 Under 30 honourees ever, a tech founder reinventing real estate investing via Cadre—and building a $160 million personal fortune in the process. The only hitch: His most critical backer, Jared Kushner, is one of America's biggest lightning rods—and won't divest his big chunk. The inside story of how a startup functions amid the Trump soap opera

  • Hicham Oudghiri and Marc DaCosta: Data's cartographers

    Hicham Oudghiri and Marc DaCosta: Data's cartographers

    Two philosophers are using machine learning and artificial intelligence to create a real-time map of the global economy, and the world's largest financial firms are lining up at its door

  • Wendy De La Rosa: Common sense prophet

    Wendy De La Rosa: Common sense prophet

    Growing up in a two-bedroom Bronx apartment shared by 12 family members, Wendy De La Rosa learnt to make every dollar count. Now the Wharton and Goldman Sachs alum is helping fintech startups understand how real people relate to money

  • Robots, robots everywhere

    Robots, robots everywhere

    For 20 years Intuitive Surgical owned its market. Now the operating room is getting crowded