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Porsche 356's allure

Porsche 356's allure

How Marygrace Sexton rescued her orange juice company

How Marygrace Sexton rescued her orange juice company

Trump's secret windfall

Trump's secret windfall

Peter Szulczewski's cheap thrills

Peter Szulczewski's cheap thrills

Reimagining capitalism

Reimagining capitalism

  • 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

  • Uber's secret goldmine

    Uber's secret goldmine

    Uber Eats could make up a tenth of the ride-hailing giant's revenue this year, impressive news for investors in its IPO. But well-capitalised rivals are already trying to tap the same vein

  • Rider Horse Group: Racing ahead

    Rider Horse Group: Racing ahead

    What do Inner Mongolia, New Zealand, horses and wolves have in common? Colourful businessman Lin Lang. His company, Rider Horse Group, is boosting the Kiwi equine industry

  • Airtable: Move slow and make things

    Airtable: Move slow and make things

    Airtable's Howie Liu has quietly built a software giant by emphasising substance over speed. But can a tech tortoise win the data race?

  • Crossover: A software sweatshop

    Crossover: A software sweatshop

    Two decades ago, Joe Liemandt became the youngest member of the Forbes 400 by building an enterprise software juggernaut. He's quietly returned, bigger than ever, with a darker model

  • Combating cancer with big data

    Combating cancer with big data

    While still in their 20s, Nat Turner and Zach Weinberg built a $2 billion company to pursue an impossible dream—to conquer the Big C. They've not only made fast progress—they've also gotten rich trying