Welcome to Forbes for October 11th, 2010 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story, we'll tell you about, "The World's 100 Most Powerful Women" - A fresh look at power and creative influence.
Also, "A Force Of Nature" - Arianna Huffington has created a media upstart valued at $100 million. What's it really worth?
Next, "How Billionaires Are Fighting Over Taxes" - Self-interest doesn't always rule.
We'll also tell you about, "Startup.com: The Sequel" - Kaleil Tuzman starred in a documentary about his dot-com company's demise. He's come a long way.
Then, "Small Business Owners: Don't Succumb To Inaction" - In this baffling economy business owners are uncertain of their next step. Here's some advice.
Followed by, "Visa's Mobile Payments Plan" - The card giant did $4.8 trillion in transactions last year. So why are they scared of your cellphone?
And in our final story, "The Gold Buying Panic Of 2010" - The product for sale: gold bullion funds. No surprise, with the price of gold tripling in five years, that money is pouring in.
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