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This issue follows the top entrepreneurs and their hottest startups with Stripe’s CEO Patrick Collison on the cover. These entrepreneurs are leading ‘unicorn’ companies which are worth over $1 billion and privately invested, and are a rare and curious concept in the realm of new business. Also in this issue, Blue Apron’s mega success in bringing back the art of home cooking, and can the increase in the prices Viagra and other drugs be the fault of health insurance, not the pharmaceutical companies?... one man seems to think so.
TO INFINITY AND BEYOND
FACT & COMMENT- Steve Forbes
GOP unrest: Great good will follow.
Our first-ever ranking of the richest do-it-yourself filmmakers.
Real estate developer Martin Selig has built many of the Emerald City’s jewels-and a billion-dollar fortune. Plus: the richest man in Illinois.
SINGING, SOCIAL MEDIA AND SUCCESS
Catch up with what the 1,500 Milennials at Forbes’ second annual Under 30 Summit were buzzing about last month in Philadelphia.
THE $1 MILLION CHALLENGE
Could their ideas change the world?
BIG REDS WITH STREET CRED
Five high-impact bottles to mark a special occasion.
WALL STREET BOOK CLUB
Recommended reading from some of The Street’s top firms. Plus: A big name and a big fortune don’t guarantee a blockbuster biography.
DEAL TOY: WHOOPER OF A TAKEOVER
Once a distant second to McDonald’s, Burger King has put the luster back on its crown, thanks to a recent buyout by 3G Capital.
CLASH OF THE PSYCHEDELIC CARS
Janis Joplin’s Porsche vs. John Lennon’s Rolls: Whose flower-powered ride tops the charts? Plus: top-earning rappers.
Readers-including The Donald himself- react to our recent Trump-a-palooza, The Forbes 400 and the mystery of Hillary’s missing millions.
CURRENT EVENTS- Paul Johnson
More horrors to come.
CURRENT EVENTS- Amity Shlaes
Pulling down state credit ratings.
INNOVATION RULES- Rich Karlgaard
Pro sports’ Achilles’ heel.
INNOVATION’S ACCOUNTANT- Matthew Herper
The price of Viagra- and other older drugs-is going up. Pfizer’s Ian Read insists the problem is health insurance, not pharma.
HP OR HP: CHOOSE ONE- George Anders
Tech’s biggest conglomerate is splitting up in November. The right one to bet is the one that looks like a tobacco company.
FIND A FATTER PAYOUT- William Baldwin
Abaris pulls back the curtain on the business of income annuities.
PORTFOLIO STRATEGIES- William Baldwin
A rising-income portfolio.
FORD’S FRESH FACE- Joann Muller
The new CEO of America’s most successful car company must navigate a hypercompetitive future with threats from reinvigorated traditional rivals-and Apple, Google and Uber.
THE $8 MILLION POCKET WATCH- Robert Naas
It weighs 2 pounds, contains 57 separate functions and took Vacheron Constantin eight years to create. Meet the world’s most complicated timepiece.