Cross Border

Crossover: A software sweatshop

Crossover: A software sweatshop

Combating cancer with big data

Combating cancer with big data

Iron ore price rise: A bonus for big miners

Iron ore price rise: A bonus for big miners

No company is an island

No company is an island

Lotte's bet: Joker in the deck

Lotte's bet: Joker in the deck

  • Billionaire, bust and back

    Billionaire, bust and back

    Bill Boyd built an empire of budget casinos and became one of Vegas's original godfathers. But as the city transformed into a luxury gambling mecca, he tried to reinvent himself and nearly lost it all. Now he is doubling down on his low-stakes roots

  • Game off in China

    Game off in China

    Beijing is balking, and developers big and small are pinched in one of China's premier sectors

  • 18-wheelers at app speed

    18-wheelers at app speed

    As a child, Drew McElroy learnt about freight brokerage. At 36, he's doing to the $700 billion trucking business what Uber did to the taxi industry

  • TCI: Big swallow

    TCI: Big swallow

    Founder's protégé has brought "bioscience design" to a nutricyclicals maker in Taiwan

  • Adam Smith: America's new regulator

    Adam Smith: America's new regulator

    Nearly a quarter-millennium after its publication, The Wealth of Nations has never seemed more prescient. As Trump deregulates, America's best corporations, led by the Just 100, are taking the public interest into their own hands—profitably

  • The Just 100: America's best corporate citizens

    The Just 100: America's best corporate citizens

    Which American publicly-traded companies are the best at doing right?

  • Joseph Lubin: Cryptopia's last hope

    Joseph Lubin: Cryptopia's last hope

    Crypto mania made Joseph Lubin a billionaire, and he set out to build a utopian business empire. Then reality got in the way

  • The billionaire has a new boss

    The billionaire has a new boss

    After graduating second-to-last in his high school class, Jimmy John Liautaud began selling submarine sandwiches from a converted two-car garage. Two years ago, he sold most of Jimmy John's to a private equity firm in a deal that forced him to give up control. Can Jimmy John's thrive without Jimmy John behind the wheel?

  • Rithy Sear: Delivering the goods

    Rithy Sear: Delivering the goods

    After a four-year odyssey as a refugee, Rithy Sear returned to Cambodia and started an entrepreneurial journey that's made him one of the country's top tycoons and biggest boosters

  • Microsoft's new groove

    Microsoft's new groove

    Once dismissed as a hidebound has-been, Microsoft is flying high. CEO Satya Nadella's secret: A cultural reset that has lowered the gates to the software maker's fortress—and cloud, cloud, cloud

  • Abiomed: Pumped up

    Abiomed: Pumped up

    The testimonials are touching, but the scientific proof is wanting. How did a little medical products company get to be worth $14 billion?