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Entrepreneurs Can Save The World
Entrepreneurs Can Save The World
Special Feature:
Philanthropy
December 2, 2013
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In our first-ever “Philanthropy” issue, we explore how entrepreneurs are planning to save the world.  From Bill Gates to Bono to the “anti-Paris Hilton”, the “Philanthropic 50” have the means and the ideas to help the world’s poorest people.  Also, see the list of the wealthiest Africans.

 

FACT & COMMENT - Steve Forbes
The bankruptcy of modern economics.

LEADERBOARD
MEGA MACAU
Transforming muddy swampland into the world’s greatest casino town.

SCORECARD
Williams flies; Zuckerberg loses friends.

EMERGING ENTREPRENEURS
African innovators developing technology to make essential tasks easier. Plus: FORBES makeover.

THE WEALTHIEST AFRICANS
Ten tycoons in retail, oil, cement and more.

ACTIVE CONVERSATION
How powerful is Vladimir Putin?

THOUGHT LEADERS
CURRENT EVENTS - Amity Shlaes
Kennedy strikes back.

INNOVATION RULES - Rich Karlgaard
Team management: Think small and agile.

CAPITAL FLOWS - Steven F. Hayward
The shining city of exceptional immigrants.

STRATEGIES
THE ESPN OF VIDEOGAMES - David M. Ewalt
Twitch has big-league audiences watching e-Sports online. It has big advertisers too.

BIGGER THAN CRAISINS - Alexander Konrad
Ocean Spray has a Yankee knack for squeezing new dollars out of the same old cranberries.

TECHNOLOGY
PANDORA PLAYS NICE - Connie Guglielmo
The service that musicians love to hate just wants the same deal as Apple.

ENTREPRENEURS
AND BABY MAKES… MONEY - Karsten Strauss
4moms develops a high-tech gear for infants. Without a key pivot, it might still be making showerheads.

POWER OF THE STORY - Jeffrey Skoll
In Hollywood-or anywhere- narrative is still the best way to inspire and compel change.

INVESTING
“YOU WANT A STOCK LIKE MERYL STREEP” - Abram Brown
Bill Smead likes to buy big brands that others have given up on.

NICE TRICK FOR GOLD TRADERS - William Baldwin
Smarting from a gold buy? Be careful with your capital loss deduction.

BrandVoice - FIDELITY
Why Sector-Based Thinking Matters to Investors.

FIXED-INCOME - Richard Lehmann
Armageddon playback.

SMALL STOCKS - Jim Oberweis
Little companies with big catalysts.

THE CONTRARIAN - David Dreman
Are stocks in for a sea change?

SPECIAL REPORT: PHILANTHROPY
THE THINKER AND THE SALESMAN - Randall Lane
The link between Bill Gates and Bono? A capitalist’s outlook on solving global poverty.

ROBINHOOD, REINVENTED - Monte Burke
Paul Tudor Jones spent 25 years building a great American foundation. Now he's upending it.

BrandVoice - SAMSUNG
An Alabama Community Responds to Disaster With an Unusual STEM Education Project.

THE ANTI-PARIS HILTON - Erin Carlyle
Liesel Pritzker Simmons ignited the breakup of one of America’s great family fortunes. What she’s done with the money is actually far more interesting.

THE PHILANTHROPIC 50
Exclusive: FORBES takes a hard look at the numbers behind the world’s top philanthropists.

WARREN’S SONG
At the UN, Bono serenades Buffet.

BANKER, BUILDER - Erin Carlyle
Celebrating the groundbreaking work of microfinance pioneer Muhammed Yunus.

A GRAND EXPERIMENT - Randall Lane
Can entrepreneurial market-based philanthropy for one of the poorest spots on Earth?

HEARTS OF AFRICA
Meet six trailblazing philanthropists lifting a continent out of poverty.

LIFE
SPRING BREAK FOR GROWNUPS - J.J. Colao

THOUGHTS
On philanthropy.