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See “America’s 50 Best Small Companies” and the entrepreneurs leading them in 2014. From social media’s mad men heading up Pinterest to retail’s new power couple at Houzz, check out who's making waves on this year’s list. Plus, how you can cut your taxes and stop needlessly fattening Uncle Sam.
SOCIAL MEDIA’S NEW MAD MEN - Jeff Bercovici
Facebook monetizes the past. Twitter the present. Pinterest, by organizing your wishes and dreams, can identify what you might do or buy in the future. That’s a model worth $5 billion for the social network with almighty Google in its sights.
RETAIL’S NEW POWER COUPLE - George Anders
Not many billionaire startups are run by a wife and husband with three little kids. In fact, there’s only one. Inside the exhausting but successful balancing act at Houzz. Plus: America’s 50 Best Small Companies.
FACTORY OF THE FUTURE - Karsten Strauss
Once a tiny kettle chip company, Inventure has branched out into healthier snacks with higher margins. Where does it go from here?
SHALE-ELUJAH - Daniel Fisher
Bad timing and the financial meltdown almost killed Dow Chemical. And then Daniel Loeb put a bull’s-eye on CEO Andrew Liveris. Two saviors have now arrived: Warren Buffet and shale gas.
FACT & COMMENT - Steve Forbes
Why stocks are wobbling.
WHICH ZIP CODE ARE YOU?
90210 grabs the glamour, but there’s much to be said for historic 10011 (Greenwich Village) and sky-high 81656 (Woody Creek).
SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT
“Brian” Kim Bum- Soo chats his way into the ranks of the world’s richest.
The highest-earning dead celebrities.
THE SUM OF OUR FEARS
Disease data through the decades.
THE $2 BILLION HOTEL
A century between the sheets at the Waldorf.
Charles Schwab answers your questions.
Jerry Yang’s Alibaba jackpot.
INNOVATION RULES - Rich Karlgaard
Are you maneuverable?
CURRENT EVENTS - Lee Kwan Yew
Tragedy at sea and on land.
CURRENT EVENTS - Paul Johnson
France’s disastrous example.
THE OIL PATCH PRINCE - Christopher Helman
Six years ago Bryan Sheffield had no energy industry experience. Today he’s on track to become a billionaire before his 40th birthday. How it happened is one of the greatest Texas oil stories of all time.
BIOTECH’S BUILDER - Matthew Herper
As the tech industry falls back in love with urban America, Joel Marcus, landlord to the booming biotech business, is perfectly positioned to strike it rich.
DINNER TAKES ALL - Ellen Huet
Munchery hopes stone-cold logistics will help it win the war over the evening meal.
HIDDEN TREASURE - Daniel Fisher
Miners are developing new techniques to find deposits of ore deep underground.
ROTH ROAD TO RICHES - Ashlea Ebeling
If you make over $200,000 a year, you have two choices: Read this article and cut your taxes, or needlessly fatten Uncle Sam.
PORTFOLIO STRATGEY - Ken Fisher
The secret indicator that bulls will love.
INVESTING STRATEGIES - William Baldwin
Don’t worry, be wealthy.
BOND SENSE - Bonnie Baha
Discordant principles of debt.
THE TAO OF TAOS - Everett Potter
Billionaire Louis Bacon purchased the soulful New Mexico ski valley with one goal in mind- to make it America’s next downhill mecca.
On art and design.