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The 2015 “30 Under 30” has 600 game changers in 20 different industries. From education, media, music, science and 16 more industries, get to know the young men and women poised to change the world. Plus, meet the “Steve Jobs of China” who has his sights set on Apple itself.
30 UNDER 30
DEFYING REALITY - David M. Ewalt
Palmer Luckey’s Oculus Rift has legitimized virtual reality… Palmer Luckey sold his company to Facebook for $2 billion… Palmer Luckey is 22 years old- and he’s just getting started.
BrandVoice - AT&T
Play It Forward: With the Energy – Generating Ball in Her Court, Jessica Matthews Knows It’s Game Time
THE 30 UNDER 30 LIST - Edited by Caroline Howard, Michael Noer and Kate Pierce
Presenting the fresh-faced movers and makers under the age of 30 in 20 categories.
FACT & COMMENT - Steve Forbes
Unhealthy patients: incompetent doctors.
WAVE OF THE FUTURE
30 Under 30 alumni are disruptors and dynamos.
Three H&M scions look great in the family fortune.
60 FIFTH AVENUE, MANHATAN
The former home of the Civil War general who composed “Taps,” Macmillan Publishing- and FORBES.
BILLIONS ON BOARD
Which companies and nonprofits have the most billionaires on their boards?
Plus: a 30 Under 30 Hall of Fame
America Education; Obamacare.
INNOVATION RULES - Rich Karlgaard
Vivid vision for success.
CURRENT EVENTS - Amy Shlaes
Grant’s Law: 1920s record undermines modern consensus.
NO TRUCK? NO LUCK - Joann Muller
Plunging gas prices have created a boom for automakers. Well, not all automakers.
FANTASY SPORTS, REAL MONEY - Steven Bertoni
Nigel Eccles used a loophole in online sports gambling laws to build a billion-dollar startup.
REINVENTING THE PIZZA - Karsten Strauss
Sometimes even the most saturated industries are ripe for disruption.
MINUTIAE MAN - Antoine Gara
The zealous attorney out to save bond buyers from themselves.
PORTFOLIO STRATEGY - Ken Fisher
The 2015 forecast: another year to thrive.
THE CONTRARIAN - David Dreman
Save your retirement with cheap value stocks.
MARKET GAMES - W. Ben Hunt
Delightful Cubans and the oil narrative.
THE STEVE JOBS OF CHINA - Russell Flannery
Xiaomi’s Lei Jun mimicked (and undercut) the iPhone. Now he’s going directly after Apple itself.
WHERE TO STAY IN 2015 - Ann Abel
From Marakech to Miami, the best new hotels- and some reimagined favorites- for the new year.