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This special issue is an inside guide to investing with expert advice from Warren Buffett to Ben Stein to Gary Shilling. Learn about the fastest growing tech companies in the country, the highest paid sport players and what Microsoft's former executive is doing to give back in a big way.
MONEY MAGIC: TOP SECRETS FROM 20 WEALTH WIZARDS
FACT & COMMENT- Steve Forbes
New, Po-tent gold standard.
INDUSTRY ATLAS: BIG DATA
Behold the ever expanding rings of tech’s most overhyped sector.
Ergen and Musk up; Dell and Schwab down. Plus: grateful grads.
PRINT THIS GUN
3-D printers can help anyone make just about anything. Cody Wilson made a lethal weapon.
We refreshed the style of Coca-Cola Chief Muhtar Kent. What do the fashion pros think? Plus: billionaire family feuds.
THE HIGH LIFE
Around the globe developers are taking luxury living to a new level.
This 1858 vintage will set you back $157,000. Plus: up-and-comers.
Audi owners weigh in on our Volkswagen story, Brits discuss our soccer valuations and Kim Dotcom reacts to our price on Kim Dotcom.
CURRENT EVENTS- Paul Johnson
A lesson for rogue states.
THOUGHT LEADERS- John C. Goodman
The cruel things Obama is doing to the labor market.
INNOVATION RULES-Rich Karlgaard
CEO wisdom heard from the top.
DISNEY’S PRIME-TIME SAVIOR- Meghan Casserly
As network television’s fortunes fade, talented hitmakes like Scandal’s Shonda Rhimes have never been more in demand. Or more valuable.
GOYA FOODS’ SECRET SAUCE- Erin Carlyle
How a single marketing move blasted the company past the $1 billion mark.
PLASTIC INSIGHTS- Erin Carlyle
Swipely turns credit card swipes into data-rich dashboards for shopkeepers who need them.
THE GOOGLE EFFECT- Parmy Olson
The search giant’s high-speed Internet network, Fiber, has spawned lots of competition. Great for cities across America- and for Google.
JOCK POSITIONING DEVICES- Alex Konrad
Wearable sensors invaded European soccer and Aussie football. Now they’re coming to the U.S.
FUNDS FOR FAIR AND FOUL- William Baldwin
A precious few portfolios beat their peers in both up and down markets.
BUY UGLY DUCKLING STOCKS- William Baldwin
For Delafield, a problematic company is an opportunity.
PORTFOLIO STRATEGY- Ken Fisher
Don’t pigeonhole your picks.
INVESTMENT STRATEGIES- William Baldwin
Put Armageddon insurance in your portfolio.
SMALL STOCKS- Jim Oberweis
Small caps still have bite.
CROWDSOURCING EDISON- J.J. Colao
Quirky lets consumers vote on inventions. Will they come to a store to buy them?
THE MIDAS LIST
COVER STORY: THE KING WANTS HIS THRONE BACK- Connie Guglielmo and Tomio Geron
Once the undisputed master of venture capital, John Doerr of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers got burned in green tech and whiffled on social’s big hits. Now he’s fighting to return to the top of Silicon Valley’s greatest game.
ROUGH ROAD- Connie Guglielmo and Joann Muller
How Fisker Automotive turned into a smoking crater of a VC deal.
THE LIST- Edited by Tomio Geron with additional reporting by Ryan Mac
Tech’s top moneymakers: The Midas 100. Plus: the firms with the most deals.
SILICON VALLEY VS. DETROIT- Joann Muller
The high-tech, superconnected car of the future is coming fast. But who is going to pay for it - and who is going to profit?
ACE IN THE HOLE- Monte Burke
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem saved his sport from what could have been its darkest hour. How did he do it?
RACING THROUGH AFRICA- Hannah Elliott
The last great road rally on the continent that made such races famous attracts masochists who know the best drives in the world are the toughest.