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Retire well and in style with our "antiretirement retirement guide" with Sir Richard Branson's lead. Plus: Chevron's oil dominance with an unlikely CEO and the software company Box and its 28-year-old CEO who is aiming to beat out Microsoft.
RETIRE LIKE A ROCKSTAR
FACT & COMMENT- Steve Forbes
Two awful anniversaries.
The lowdown on high-flying private jets.
Sergey Brin is up, Jeff Bezos is down, and welcome to the club, Chris Burch and Alain Bouchard.
Tim Cook 2.0.
HOT ROAD, COLD ROAD
Trophy car hits the ice? Don’t panic. FORBES learns the rules of the tundra in a Porsche 911. Plus: up-and-comers.
Arianna Huffington shares some juice.
Spirited debate erupts over fracking for uranium in South Texas and patient-satisfaction surveys in the medical community.
CURRENT EVENTS- Lee Kuan Yew
Declining populations make peaceful neighbors.
CAPITAL FLOWS- Arthur Herman
Washington’s student debt mess.
INNOVATION RULES- Rich Karlgaard
Business lessons: Why we love sports.
CAT SCAMMED- Simon Montlake
Caterpillar says it was duped when it lost a half a billion dollars in China on an acquisition gone wrong. But maybe it should have seen it coming.
MONEYBALL FOR MUSIC-Zack O’Malley Greenburg
Alex White’s Next Big Sound is using advanced statistics to transform a stubborn industry. Sound familiar?
DROID DEFENDERS- Andy Greenberg
Lookout built a 30-million-user business protecting Google’s phones. Now it has to fend off Google itself.
THE EVOLUTION OF EVERYDAY THINGS- Alex Konrad
Today’s most advanced engineering software is taking us back to nature.
HIGH SCIENCE- Alex Knapp
Want to do biological research in zero gravity? You’ll have to go through a tiny firm called NanoRacks.
THE ANTI-AGING FORMULA- Steven Bertoni
For 81-year-old David Gilmour the secret for staying young is creating one company after another.
HURRY UP, ALREADY!- J.J. Colao
In a frenzy of offbeat pitching, Web entrepreneur Tom Serres raised $8 million in 12 days.
BILLION-DOLLAR GAME OF CHICKEN- Daniel Fisher
MBIA wants payback from Bank of America. If it prevails stockholders will make a bundle.
PORTFOLIO STRATEGY- Ken Fisher
INVESTING STRATEGIES- William Baldwin
Invest like a Guggenheim.
FIXED-INCOME WATCH- Richard Lehmann
RETIRE RICH- Edited by Janet Novack and Michael Noer
The coming generation isn’t really planning on retiring at all- they expect to keep traveling, saving and giving back well into their eighth and ninth decades. Call it antiretirement.
SAVE BIG- Ashlea Ebeling
While worker bees sweat their company retirement plans, entrepreneurs can bank oversize tax breaks with these bespoke saving strategies.
BrandVoice- TD AMERITRADE
Take a Few Stress-Free Steps Today to Control Your Retirement Future
PLAY HARD- Deborah L. Jacobs
Go ahead: Explore Tibet, bike the Alps and run the rapids- just pack a little extra insurance.
Whether you are a regular Joe, a rock star entrepreneur or a billionaire impresario Sir Richard Branson, long-term thinking is the key to retiring in style.
THINK TONTINE- William Baldwin
To retire in comfort, make a bet that you will outlive the average bloke.
POWER UP- Deborah L. Jacobs with additional reporting by Zack O’Malley Greenburg
A corporate dictatorship offers high-flying retirees challenges, connections and cold cash. Our guide to getting a seat on the board.
Plus: Branson’s Entrepreneurs and Clinic- Michael Noer
THE WORLD’S BIGGEST GUSHER- Christopher Helman
John Watson has built a cash-laden profit machine that’s poised for the greatest oil strike in the history of energy.
SOFTWARE’S BOY WONDER- Victoria Barret
Box founder Aaron Levie has a humble goal in mind: beat Microsoft and Oracle, among others, in the most lucrative game in software.
ETHOPIA’S OMO VALLEY- David Hochman
A trek back in time on one of the world’s last great adventures.