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Forbes, October 25, 2010

Welcome to Forbes for October 25th, 2010 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles. In the cover story, we'll tell you about, "America's Best Small Companies In 2010" - Meet the top 20 on our list of publicly traded firms with sales under $1 billion. Also, "The Disruptor In The Valley" - Paul Graham's Y Combinator has stormed Silicon Valley and pioneered a better way to build a company.
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Welcome to Forbes for October 25th, 2010 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.

In the cover story, we'll tell you about, "America's Best Small Companies In 2010" - Meet the top 20 on our list of publicly traded firms with sales under $1 billion.

Also, "The Disruptor In The Valley" - Paul Graham's Y Combinator has stormed Silicon Valley and pioneered a better way to build a company.

Next, "What It Takes" - Most investors scrutinize the strengths and weaknesses of business plans before writing checks. Y Combinator founder Paul Graham focuses on the people behind the ideas. Here are four characteristics he looks for in winning entrepreneurs.

We'll also tell you about, "The 3-D Evangelist" - DreamWorks' Jeffrey Katzenberg fires back at his critics and insists 3-D is here to stay.

Then, "The Man Behind the Curtain" - Phil Anschutz has created fortunes in oil, railroads, telecom and entertainment. You didn't hear that from him.

Followed by, "Enphase's Rooftop Solar Revolution" - Enphase Energy rethought the way solar power gets into your home. Now it faces a pack of hungry competitors.

And in our final story, "You Can't Be Too Thin" - The little guy rarely has the edge on Wall Street. Roger Ibbotson says thinly traded stocks are an exception.

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