Welcome to Forbes for January 27th, 2014 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story, we'll tell you about, “America's Most Promising Companies: The Top 25 of 2014” - Producing a ranking in the opaque world of privately-held companies is never easy. But we’re confident that many of these are the IPOs and billion-dollar acquisitions of tomorrow.
Also, “Suja Juice: The Unlikely Team That's Building The Country's Fastest Growing Beverage Company” - A surfer dude and self-taught chef teams up with a law-school dropout turned yoga instructor to create one of the fastest-growing organic juice makers ever.
Next, “Michael Steinhardt, “Wall Street's Greatest Trader, Is Back - And He's Reinventing Investing Again” - Michael Steinhardt forged the model for making hedge fund billions before exiting the game. With WisdomTree, he’s back to upend Wall Street again–this time, with the little-guy investor at his side.
Followed by, “Brooklyn Billionaire: How One Man Made a Fortune Rebuilding Dumbo” - Cash crises, political grudge matches, suicide. None of it stopped David Walentas from forging a ten-digit fortune by creating an entire neighborhood in New York’s underdog borough. And he’s about to do it all again.
Then, “China Is Dependent on Our Fiscal Health” - The world's second largest economy is becoming more dependent on the U-S and the rest of the world for its strength and prosperity.
We'll also tell you about, “Five Big Steps Toward Faster Global Growth” - Running an economy on free credit works for the government and the well-connected but not for the rest, especially small businesses and new workers.
And finally, “A Story of Transformation: The Conviction Key” - Good companies relentlessly seek marginal improvements. But great companies do more than that: They dig deeper to find transformative gains.
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