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Glenn Beck Inc.
Glenn Beck Inc.
Special Feature:
Sport Money (MLB)
April 26, 2010
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Follow Glenn Beck and his media empire which makes a whopping $32 million every year from television, events, digital, radio and publishing. Plus: how Deliotte has tranformed into a thriving company for women workers and the baseball industry is flourishing despite this country's economic slump.

GLENN BECK INC- Lacey Rose
In his empire there’s the ideology-and then there’s the money machine.

THE OBAMA TAX HIKES-WHAT TO DO- Ashlea Ebeling
Buy munis, book losses, avoid marriage, consider a Roth conversion now and get your Lasik eye surgery next year.

DOWNSHIFTING- Monte Burke
What happens when you trade in your high-income lifestyle for something different?

NO ONE-TRICK PONIES- David Whelan
Gunning for their third straight World Series trip, the Philadelphia Phillies have the guts to say no to their fans.

PLUS: Baseball team values.

OPINIONS
SIDELINES- William Baldwin
How to duck a 44.6% dividend tax.

FACT AND COMMENT- Steve Forbes
The GOP needs more ideas, less boasting.

CURRENT EVENTS- Paul Johnson
Two essential traits of great leaders.

DIGITAL RULES- Rich Karlgaard
Why America won’t go left.

ON MY MIND- Chris Carey
Small businesses need a real stimulus.

IDEAS & OPINIONS- Andy Greenberg
Richard Clarke on the looming danger of cyberware.

OUTFRONT
CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR- Daniel Fisher
If past experience shows anything, proposed new financial regulations just might backfire on consumers.

WHY CHINESE SOCCER TEAMS STINK- Gady Epstein
A scandal involving game-fixing and crooked refs is rocking the country’s top soccer league.

PLUS: Best schools for you home value… Drill here.

TECHNOLOGY
WE DO TERABYTES- Quentin Hardy
Kickfire marries clever software with generic chips to do speedy, low-cost data mining.

DIGITAL TOOLS- Lee Gomes

MONEY & INVESTING
MY VINTAGE TRADE- William P. Barrett
A little company gets a hot stock, and somebody gets burned. Here are pump-and-dump warning signs.

ENERGY & GENIUS
ROOFS FOR RICH GREEN PEOPLE- Christopher Helman
Dow Chemical’s Bill Banholzer thinks he can sell billions a year in solar panels that will replace your roofing shingles.

ENTREPRENEURS
MOTHER LODE- Helen Coster
It started with selling diapers online. Now Vinit Bharara and Marc Lore aim to be the one-stop shop for baby gear.

HUMAN CAPITAL
WOMEN’S WORK
Deloitte has made an old boy’s club one of the best places for women to advance their careers.

FINANCIAL COLUMNISTS
CAPITAL MARKETS- Marilyn Cohen

MARKET TRENDS- Martin Sosnoff

THE PATIENT INVESTOR- John W. Rogers Jr.

THOUGHTS
Sunlight and a New Day