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Follow the most powerful women in the world starting with Brazil's President, Dilma Rousseff and her control over her country's powerhouse economy. Read about the 99 other women who are controlling companies whose combined earnings reach $40 billion. Plus: the man who made billions from seafood and the where the mega rich put their cash in Miami's real estate.
THE 100 MOST POWERFUL WOMEN
FACT & COMMENT- Steve Forbes
Will Paul Ryan save civilization?
MIAMI’S BILLIONAIRE BUNKER
Supersecure, unless you consider the Iglesias family a threat.
THE APP I WROTE AT SUMMER CAMP // FUTURE OF WORK
Two 13-year-olds are teaching their peers programming- for $350 a pop.
MILLION-DOLLAR RACKET // SPORTSMONEY
The ten top-earning tennis players raked in $212 million over the past 12 months.
Big moves: Leonard Lauder up; the Waltons down.
We’re bullish on bug spray and Benjamin Lawsky; Melky Cabrera, not so much.
An art dealer, a crowdsourcer and an angel investor.
Readers consider the Top Colleges and Instagram. Plus: favorite tweet.
CURRENT EVENTS- Amity Shlaes
Karin Germany: value in an exceptional friend.
CAPITAL FLOWS- Mallory Factor
ObamaCare’s unionized “gotcha.”
INNOVATION RULES- Rich Karlgaard
Market movers: man or tide?
THE BLOWOUT- Christopher Helman
Paul Bulmahn swears President Obama’s ban on deepwater drilling bankrupted his oil company. The whole story is a bit more complex.
HOW TO BEAT TIGER WOODS // GLOBAL GROWTH- John Gaudiosi
World Golf Tour has sponsors and office duffers spending big bucks on its virtual courses.
AIRWAVES AGITATOR- Daniel Fisher
Faith-based broadcaster Sky Angel bundles packages of wholesome programming-and has the giants of cable and the Internet trying to kill it.
MARISSA’S (OTHER) BABIES // GROWTH LESSONS- Meghan Casserly
A look at the new Yahoo chief’s portfolio of startup investments.
DEATHBED TAX DODGES- William Baldwin
Death and taxes may be the only certain things-but at least you can minimize one of them.
HUNGER GAMES // COMMODITIES- Steve Schaefer
Weather is pushing up agricultural commodities prices, while population growth is boosting demand. Here’s how to get a taste of the profits.
INTRINSIC VALUE- John Buckingham
Triple threat for total return.
THE PATIENT INVESTOR- John W. Rogers Jr.
Buying the gloom.
EMERGING VALUE- David Riedel
From Mao suits to Michael Kors.
THE MOST POWERFUL WOMEN
THE REAL DEAL- Alexis Gluck with Meghan Casserly and Ricardo Geromel
Brazil’s president, Dilma Rousseff, a former Marxist revolutionary, sits atop the globe’s sixth-largest economy-which she stokes with a singular focus on entrepreneurship.
THE MANY MARISSA MAYERS
At least 20 women now run major American public companies-and more than half got their job since last year. Here are the CEOs who get fewer headlines-but rule over companies with almost $40 billion in combined revenue.
THE POWER 100
Here are the female entrepreneurs, early adapters, celebrity role models, activist billionaires and philanthropists who are healing the wold.
Find the Balance: Reflections Upon Career and Family Life
BOARDWALK BILLIONAIRE- Caleb Melby
Meet the world’s richest restauranteur, Tilman Fertitta, a Texas control freak more interested in location and cost efficiency than great food.
WARREN BUFFETT’S PRIVATE POKER GAME- Randall Lane
High-stakes betting with investing’s Mr. Hold ‘Em.
On women, power and work.