Welcome to Forbes for February 18th, 2013 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story, “Retire Rich: The Forbes 2013 Antiretirement Guide – Conventional retirement is rapidly going the way of the Oldsmobile and Saturday mail delivery.
Also, “Cat Scammed” – How a U.S. Company Blew Half a Billion Dollars in China.
We'll also tell you about, “Moneyball for Music: The Rise of Next Big Sound” – Alex White's Next Big Sound is using advanced statistics to transform a stubborn industry. Sound familiar?
Next, “Lookout Conquered the Consumer Mobile Security Industry–Now It Just Has to Prove One Exists” – Lookout built a 30 million-user business protecting Google's phones. Now it has to fend off Google itself.
Then, “Bone-Based Software Improves How We Design, from Detergent to Tanks” – Today's most advanced engineering software is taking us back to nature.
Followed by, “Declining Populations Make Peaceful Neighbors” – Increasing populations can make for aggressive nations. .
And in our final story, “Business Lessons: Why We Love Sports” – Sports can provide many valuable lessons for business.