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Forbes, July 05, 2010 | [Forbes]

Forbes, July 05, 2010

Welcome to Forbes for July 5th, 2010 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles. In the cover story, we'll tell you about, "The World's Most Powerful Celebrities" - Oprah Winfrey takes back her crown while pop chart phenomenon Lady Gaga catapults to No. 4 on this year's Celebrity 100.
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Welcome to Forbes for July 5th, 2010 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.

In the cover story, we'll tell you about, "The World's Most Powerful Celebrities" - Oprah Winfrey takes back her crown while pop chart phenomenon Lady Gaga catapults to No. 4 on this year's Celebrity 100.

Also, "Blonde Ambition: Chelsea Handler" - She's gotten far, fast on off color humor. But how far can she go?

Next, "Ryan Seacrest: The Man Without A Shtick" - He doesn't sing, act or dance. What's the secret to his $51 million a year?We'll also tell you about, "Tiger's Other Disaster" - One part of Woods' empire is on the rocks without any help from the tabloids: his golf course design business.

Then, "Where Inflation Lurks" - The Fed may be worried about deflation, but costs for shipping, regulation and health care are already rising or about to start.

Followed by, "Deficit Moves: Work Longer, Fund A Roth And Avoid Long-Term Bonds" - Washington is dithering over the deficit, but you can't afford to. Work longer, fund a Roth and steer clear of long-term bonds.

And in our final story, "America's Dead Wealth Problem".

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