Welcome to Forbes for March 26th, 2012 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story, we'll tell you about, “Why Matt Kemp Cleans Up” - The National League's MVP runner-up signed a contract for $160 million--on a baseball team that is bankrupt.
Also, “The Business of Baseball 2012” - The National Pastime is flourishing thanks to cable companies’ desire for live baseball programming.
Next, “Silicon Valley's Hottest VC is a Rug Dealer” - How one guy who barely spoke English landed in the Bay area, sold Persian rugs to venture capitalists - and became one of the most successful angels in tech.
We'll also tell you about, “The Zero-Day Salesmen” - Cracking computers to steal credit cards is passe. Hackers now sell their best tricks to government spies at six-figure prices.
Then, “Meet the Scientists Mining Big Data to Predict the Weather” - EarthRisk crunches decades of data to give traders and utilities a fighting chance at outsmarting nature.
Followed by, “Tax Bracket Magic” - Smart taxpayers have the motive and the means to doctor their adjusted gross income, particularly in retirement.
And in our final story, “Think Stocks Not Treasurys” - Not worried about inflation? You should be.
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