Welcome to Forbes for April 11th, 2011 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story, we'll tell you about “The Comeback Kid” - Six years ago Jim Breyer's hot streak in venture capital seemed at an end. Today he manages the best-performing venture fund--ever.
Also, “2011's Top Tech Investors” - These investors buck trends, create wealth, and fund the new ideas that keep our economy vibrant.
Next, “Apple: The Accidental Gaming Giant” - The company's emergence as a huge factor in videogames was almost an accident. Now it's a couple of years away from overtaking the incumbents.
Then, “Taking My Measure” - A track-your-life revolution has begun. Can managing your personal data make you happier, healthier and wealthier?
Followed by, “Japan's Other Nuclear Disaster” - At the nuke dump in Rokkasho, a nation's hunger for power has spawned a financial catastrophe.
We'll also tell you about, the “Prince of Truffles” - Need some fancy fungus? Eighteen-year-old Ian Purkayastha is your man.
And in our final story, “The Forbes Fictional 15” - You’re not imagining it: The rich do keep getting richer. Even the fictionally rich.