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FACTS AND COMMENTS- Steve Forbes
The real story about Panama.
REAL ESTATE: BILLIONAIRE BRIDLE PARTY
Where do America’s wealthiest equestrians go to horse around? To Wellington, Fla., where homes are secluded and the fillies are fine.
NEW BILLIONAIRE: THE TREASURE OF AL THANI
Among the Panama Papers’ juiciest leaks: details of the wealth of Qatar’s former prime minister. Plus: The Guggenheim’s new golden commode.
ON THE BLOCK: THE KOCH BOTTLES
At age 76, Bill Koch doesn’t have enough time to drink all 43,000 bottles in his epic wine collection. So he’s auctioning off half of them.
FAREWELL TOAST: BILL CAMPBELL
Eric Schmidt remembers the legendary Silicon Valley mentor who helped make Google, Apple and countless others the successes they are today.
LUXURY LINEAGE: SEERSUCKER
A history of everyone’s favorite lightweight summer fabric, in which each step along the way has its own wrinkle.
BUSINESS LIBRARY: SUMMER BOOKS
What should you kick back with on the beach the next few months: Ayn Rand? Sam Adams? Or perhaps a Bernie Sanders coloring book?
THE MARK ZUCKERBERG OF RUSSIA
Pavel Durov, who created the social networks VK and Telegram, bears more than just a passing resemblance to Facebook’s founder.
FORBES @100: NOV. 15, 1929
Crash! With depression imminent, we spied a great stock-buying opportunity and urged our readers to follow our lead.
RULERS AND ROYALS: QE2’S £££
Having just turned 90, just how much is Queen Elizabeth worth, anyway? Plus: Les Wexner, Ohio’s richest man.
SPORTSMONEY: SOCCER’S MOST VALUABLE TEAMS
Who’s raking in the most on and off the pitch? Plus: the highest-paid players, and the most lucrative jersey-sponsorship deals.
The bald truth: Readers were alternately skeptical of and intrigued by our latest cover subject’s purported miracle drugs. Plus: FORBES’ new podcasts for entrepreneurial-minded women.
CURRENT EVENTS- Amity Shlaes
INNOVATION RULES- Rich Karlgaard
Reboot your heart and mind.
TOYOTA RECHARGES- Joann Muller
Two decades after the Prius jump-started the green car revolution, Toyota lost its eco-mojo to Tesla. Now the world’s sixth-most-valuable brand is fighting back with the hydrogen-powered Mirai. Plus: The world’s most valuable brands.
THE DATA GEEKS TAKE OVER- Brian Solomon
Tableau is building the weapons for a new generation of number-crunching business warriors.
KILLING IT- Karsten Strauss
Since 2005 David Royce has started four pest-control businesses, but his real talent isn’t for wiping out bugs. It’s for flipping the companies—for a total of $178 million so far.
THE BUGATTI KILLER- Guy Martin
Christian von Koenigsegg produces the fastest supercars on the planet—all by hand. But can he keep up with the demand for his new $2 million Regera? And can Detroit keep pace with his futuristic engineering?
RX FOR SUCCESS- Matthew Herper
Want to succeed in biotech? Don’t be incremental. Try to change everything.
PORTFOLIO STRATEGY- Ken Fisher
Why now is the time to bet on America.
INVESTMENT STRATEGIES- William Baldwin
Living large on dividends.
SMALL STOCKS- Jim oberweis
Secure profits in small stocks.
INSIDE ISRAEL’S SECRET STARTUP MACHINE- Richard Behar
The Israel Defense Forces’ clandestine Unit 8200 isn’t just a mythical cybersecurity squad. It’s probably the best school for entrepreneurship in the world, spawning hundreds of game-changing tech startups. Here’s the first definitive look inside.
VAPORIZED- Susan Adams
E-cigarettes were supposed to save lives and revitalize the smoking industry. But antismoking zealots, government regulators and Big Tabaco seem determined to snuff out the market—and any entrepreneurs plying it.
THE MAESTRO OF MIAMI BEACH- Ann Abel
With a luxurious new hotel and a billionaire-filled apartment tower, Argentine entrepreneur Alan Faena is bringing South American glamour to South Florida.
On Wall Street.