Shop for Back Issues

Can This Man Reverse Aging?
Can This Man Reverse Aging?
Special Feature:
30 Global Game Changers
May 10, 2016
Price: $7.99
Qty:

 

CAN THIS MAN REVERSE AGING?

FACTS AND COMMENTS- Steve Forbes

Obama’s war on prosperity.

LEADERBOARD

SEAT OF POWER: MICHAEL MILKEN

When the philanthropist and former financer hits L.A., he sits down to work in this beautiful light-filled, memento-strewn Santa Monica aerie.

NEW BILLIONAIRE: CLASS OF HIS OWN

The man who has made a fortune catering to Chinese parents in search of a better education for their offspring. Plus: blue diamonds, big bucks.

AMERICA’S BEST VALUE COLLEGES

Which universities offer the best return for their students’ tuition dollars? You might be surprised. Plus: the highest-earning WWE superstars.

RICHEST BY STATE: MAINE

Vacationland’s Berkshire Hathaway billionaires. Plus: Steve McQueen’s midcentury modern bachelor pad hits the market.

FAREWELL TOAST: ANDY GROVE

Venture capitalist Jim Bryer remembers the late Intel founder and Silicon Valley legend as a hero to techies and fellow Hungarians alike.

FORBES @100: MAY 15,1945

As World War II neared its end, we pitched bonds for patriotic investors, debated workers’ wages and predicted great things for newfangled TV.

CONVERSATION

Readers agree: Stellar tech investor Ashton Kutcher is much more than just a pretty face. Plus: FORBES’ Under 30 hits the Middle East.

THOUGHT LEADERS

CURRENT EVENTS- David Malpass

Upheaval to reinvent U.S. politics.

INNOVATION RULES- Rich Karlgaard

Boris on Winston.

STRATEGIES

MANNA FROM HEAVEN- Christopher Helman  

How D.E. Shaw and a politically connected attorney persuaded Rhode Island to build America’s first-ever offshore wind farm—and a risk-free money machine.

TECHNOLOGY

FOOD DELIVERANCE- Brian Solomon

GrubHub shot stardom by avoiding delivery at all costs—now it’s trying to do it right.

ENTREPRENEURS

THE PRICE OF PODCASTING- Zack O’Malley Greenburg

Norm Pattiz founded radio giant Westwood One and turned it into a $4 billion company. Now he’s dialing up the same formula for podcasting.

INVESTING

HIGH-MINDED ROLLER- Ashlea Ebeling

Before paying tax to convert your IRA to a Roth, consider a charitable rollover.

WALL STREET’S WHITE NIGHT- William Baldwin

Allan Roth has an idea that could save you a bundle: charging by the hour, rather than nicking a percentage of your assets.

FINANCIAL STRATEGY- Gary Shilling

Patience and profits.

INTRINSIC VALUE- John Buckingham

Learn to love unloved S&P 500 stocks.

SCREEN TEST- Marc Gerstein

Slow and steady wins the race.

FEATURES

Prescription for disaster- Nathan Vardi and Antoine Gara

In less than a year, Valeant Pharmaceuticals has lost 87% of its value—some $80 billion—amid accusations of mismanagement and financial shenanigans. The inside story reveals a pressure cooker that was built to explode.

LIFE

THE WOMEN’S HOUR- Roberta Naas

As ladies’ watches have become larger, more complicated and more expensive, it’ paying off for luxury watch brands—big time.

THOUGHTS

On youth and aging.

CAN THIS MAN REVERSE AGING?

FACTS AND COMMENTS- Steve Forbes

Obama’s war on prosperity.

LEADERBOARD

SEAT OF POWER: MICHAEL MILKEN

When the philanthropist and former financer hits L.A., he sits down to work in this beautiful light-filled, memento-strewn Santa Monica aerie.

NEW BILLIONAIRE: CLASS OF HIS OWN

The man who has made a fortune catering to Chinese parents in search of a better education for their offspring. Plus: blue diamonds, big bucks.

AMERICA’S BEST VALUE COLLEGES

Which universities offer the best return for their students’ tuition dollars? You might be surprised. Plus: the highest-earning WWE superstars.

RICHEST BY STATE: MAINE

Vacationland’s Berkshire Hathaway billionaires. Plus: Steve McQueen’s midcentury modern bachelor pad hits the market.

FAREWELL TOAST: ANDY GROVE

Venture capitalist Jim Bryer remembers the late Intel founder and Silicon Valley legend as a hero to techies and fellow Hungarians alike.

FORBES @100: MAY 15,1945

As World War II neared its end, we pitched bonds for patriotic investors, debated workers’ wages and predicted great things for newfangled TV.

CONVERSATION

Readers agree: Stellar tech investor Ashton Kutcher is much more than just a pretty face. Plus: FORBES’ Under 30 hits the Middle East.

THOUGHT LEADERS

CURRENT EVENTS- David Malpass

Upheaval to reinvent U.S. politics.

INNOVATION RULES- Rich Karlgaard

Boris on Winston.

STRATEGIES

MANNA FROM HEAVEN- Christopher Helman  

How D.E. Shaw and a politically connected attorney persuaded Rhode Island to build America’s first-ever offshore wind farm—and a risk-free money machine.

TECHNOLOGY

FOOD DELIVERANCE- Brian Solomon

GrubHub shot stardom by avoiding delivery at all costs—now it’s trying to do it right.

ENTREPRENEURS

THE PRICE OF PODCASTING- Zack O’Malley Greenburg

Norm Pattiz founded radio giant Westwood One and turned it into a $4 billion company. Now he’s dialing up the same formula for podcasting.

INVESTING

HIGH-MINDED ROLLER- Ashlea Ebeling

Before paying tax to convert your IRA to a Roth, consider a charitable rollover.

WALL STREET’S WHITE NIGHT- William Baldwin

Allan Roth has an idea that could save you a bundle: charging by the hour, rather than nicking a percentage of your assets.

FINANCIAL STRATEGY- Gary Shilling

Patience and profits.

INTRINSIC VALUE- John Buckingham

Learn to love unloved S&P 500 stocks.

SCREEN TEST- Marc Gerstein

Slow and steady wins the race.

FEATURES

Prescription for disaster- Nathan Vardi and Antoine Gara

In less than a year, Valeant Pharmaceuticals has lost 87% of its value—some $80 billion—amid accusations of mismanagement and financial shenanigans. The inside story reveals a pressure cooker that was built to explode.

LIFE

THE WOMEN’S HOUR- Roberta Naas

As ladies’ watches have become larger, more complicated and more expensive, it’ paying off for luxury watch brands—big time.

THOUGHTS

On youth and aging.