Welcome to Forbes for March 12th, 2012 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story: “The World's Richest Man on Fixing the Economy” - The planet's richest person has technically retired to focus on his foundation. But he's keeping a sharp eye on his gigantic businesses-and on global affairs.
Also, “Li Ka-shing's Midas Touch” - In a rare interview, Asia's richest man reveals his new strategy – and where he's putting his money now.
Next, “Nobody's Bigger than Bidzina” – The richest man in Georgia (he's worth half the country's GDP) is out to topple his nation's leader. It's either an act of patriotism – or self-preservation.
We'll also tell you about, “Undercover Billionaire: Sara Blakely Joins the Rich List Thanks to Spanx” – Blakely joins the billionaires' club as the youngest self-made woman in the world, thanks to $5,000 and one great idea.
Then, “Transcendental Billionaire” - Subhash Chandra built the world's largest structure dedicated to the meditation style he credits with his success.
Followed by “Stephen Ross: The Billionaire Who Is Rebuilding New York” - Stephen Ross is putting his billions, and his legacy, on the line to fix Manhattan's West Side and prove that private developers can still profitably transform the urban landscape.
And in our final story, “Warren Buffett Invested in ISCAR; ISCAR's Founder Is Investing in Peace” - Industrial parks are Stef Wertheimer's weapon of choice in the fight to end conflict in the Middle East.
© and (P) 2012 Forbes
There are no reviews for this title yet.
Report Inappropriate Content