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This 2010 celebrity list features movie stars, musicians and athletes from Taylor Swift to Kobe Bryant to Sandra Bullock. Continue your celebrity fix with new arising troubles for Tiger Woods and the veteran celebs to the list. Don't forget to read up on where inflation is occuring in our exconomy and how China faces illegal immigration.
STAR BETTER- Edited by Dorothy Pomerantz and Lacey Rose
The richest, most powerful movie and TV actors, personalities, musicians, athletes and models. This year’s members of the Celebrity list have multiple projects across several media; many are savvy businesspeople who know how to cross-promote their brands.
GAME CHANGER- Dan Bigman and Lacey Rose
How five stars who got on the list and never left were ranked throughout the 2000s.
BAD GIRL- Mary Ellen Egan
Chelsea Handler has gotten far-fast-on off-color humor. How far can she go?
THE MAN WITHOUTH A SHTICK-Lacey Rose
Ryan Seacrest doesn’t sing, act or dance. What’s the secret to his $51 million a year?
TIGER’S OTHER DISASTER- Kurt Badenhausen
One part of Woods’ empire is on the rocks without any help from the tabloids: his golf course design business.
SIDELINES- William Baldwin
Accelerate your tax bill!
FACT AND COMMENT-Steve Forbes
The President’s approach in Afghanistan guarantees disaster.
CURRENT EVENTS- Lee Kuan Yew
What to expect in East Asia’s trouble spots.
DIGITAL RULES- Rich Karlgaard
The U.S. has a dead wealth problem.
ON MY MIND- James S. Henry
Let’s tax offshore private wealth.
IDEAS & OPINIONS- Robert Langreth
Can depression be reverse-engineered?
HEADS UP- Gady Epstein
China, too, must contend with illegal workers.
WHERE INFLATION LURKS- Daniel Fisher
Costs for shipping, regulation and health care are already rising or about to.
JAILHOUSE LAW- Nathan Vardi
Handling legal affairs for ex-Tyco boss Dennis Kozlowski has become a cottage industry.
CLEARING THE AIR- Jonathan Fahey
Never mind cap and trade. Small coal plants are doomed anyway.
PLUS: Dialing for celebrity dollars… The SEC’s revolving dollar.
FUNNELING BITS, FOILING HACKERS- Andy Greenberg
High-speed data network Akamai is the Internet’s fast lane. Now it also wants to be its highway patrol.
MONEY AND INVESTING
DEFICIT MOVES- Brian Wingfield
Washington is dithering over the deficit, but you can’t afford to. Work longer, fund a Roth and steer clear of long-term bonds.
SHELTER FROM THE DEBT STORM- Matthew Craft
David Rolley’s fund can shop for bonds anywhere in the world. His favored spot: countries with low debt loads.
MAKERS & BREAKERS- WellPoint; Marvell Technology Group.
PORTFOLIO STRATEGY- Ken Fisher
CAPITAL MARKETS- Marilyn Cohen
THE CONTRARIAN- David Dreman
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