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In the cover story, we'll tell you about, “Bill Gates: The Power to Save Lives” - Bill Gates is changing the world again through another cheap technology – vaccines. Having prevented millions of deaths, he's determined to turn Malthus on his head by solving the global population problem.
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Welcome to Forbes for November 7th, 2011 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.

In the cover story, we'll tell you about, “Bill Gates: The Power to Save Lives” - Bill Gates is changing the world again through another cheap technology – vaccines. Having prevented millions of deaths, he's determined to turn Malthus on his head by solving the global population problem.

Also, “Return of the Billionaire Huckster” - Bill Bartmann built one of America’s biggest fortunes turning credit card debt into novel Wall Street securities, and then lost it all in a massive accounting fraud. Now he’s back to his old game-and branding himself a reformer.

We'll also tell you about, “Cher Wang: The Most Powerful Woman in Wireless” - Billionaire Cher Wang has transformed HTC from a ghost manufacturer into a combative rival to Apple. Is Google next?

Next, “Bug Zapper: How a New Machine Snuffs Killer Bacteria With Ultraviolet Blasts” - After his front-row seat to the collapse of Enron, Brian Cruver dedicated himself to businesses that would help people.

Then, “Occupy Wall Street...Next Stop, Athens?” It would be better to reform our system radically and restore fiscal responsibility in a single dramatic turn.

Followed by, “The Reagan Revolution's Unfinished Business” - The Fed is able to act with what clearly is abandon, lately tripling the money supply and promising more.

And in our final story, “Getting Rich Off Options” - Get your covered calls at a discount.

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