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The special 2014 “Reinventing America” issue looks at the companies and entrepreneurs in charge that are fueling America’s future. From U.S. oil to affordable housing, these ideas are moving us into an optimistic future. And across the globe, Narendra Modi, the “economic fixer” who is poised to be India’s next leader, is giving sweetheart deals to India’s richest.
FACT AND COMMENT - Steve Forbes
The U.S. Constitution- We can still save it.
CASTLES OF KUKIO
Carved into the lava of the Big Island’s Kona coast, Kukio is Hawaii’s most exclusive community.
DEGREES OF HAPPINESS
The business schools with the most contented M.B.A.s.
WELCOME TO THE CLUB
Meet the 34-year-old founders of software maker Atlassian, the world’s newest billionaires.
CHRIS BURCH’S RETAIL THERAPY
Can he prove his C. Wonder is more than a Tory Burch knockoff?
FROM RAP TO RICHES
A decade ago a hip-hop trio released “I get Money: Forbes 1-2-3 Billion Dollar Remix” Now they really are nearing ten-digit fortune.
The most expensive piece of Chinese porcelain ever sold: a up covered in chickens.
Investors have recently body-slammed WWE shares. Was it something we said?
CURRENT EVENTS - Paul Johnson
Is Vladimir Putin another Adolf Hitler?
CURRENT EVENTS - David Malpass
CAPITAL FLOWS - Bjorn Lomborg
Feeling green with other people’s money.
INNOVATION RULES - Rich Karlgaard
Your company’s health: the soft edge.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS - Connie Guglielmo
As John Chambers turns to go, time is running out for Cisco to reverse a serious growth slump.
THE LUCKY DRUG - Matthew Herper
Smarts and providence made Robert Duggan a biotech billionaire. Long-term success? That’s another story.
BIG BROTHER INC. - Parmy Olson and Aaron Tilley
THE SAME-DAY WAR - Jeff Bercovici
Fast grocery delivery was a disaster for Webvan. Why are so many trying it again?
THE CALCULUS OF COUCHES - Abram Brown
Wayfair.com sells nearly $1 billion worth of home furnishings. But its real business is data mining.
DALLAS BUYER’S FUND - Steve Schaefer
Money managers Don and Craig Hodges prefer the sweet taste of home cooking.
BrandVoice - TD AMERITRADE
The Return of the (Virtual) Investment Club: Retail Investors Are Embracing Social Media
FINANCIAL STRATEGY - A. Gary Shilling
Bleating sheep and goats.
CAPITAL MARKETS - Marilyn Cohen
Teasers that are pleasers.
INTRINSIC VALUE - Bonnie Baha
Apocalypse at the galleries.
THE MAN FUELING AMERICA’S RECOVERY - Christopher Helman
Harold Hamm has transformed the U.S. oil industry like no one since John D. Rockefeller. The great domestic energy boom, he says is just the beginning.
THE MAN FULEING AMERICA’S RECOVERY - Christopher Helman
Harold Hamm has transformed the U.S. oil industry like no one since John D. Rockefeller. The great domestic energy boom, he says, is just beginning.
WELCOME TO CUMMINS, U.S.A. - Joann Muller
The Indiana enginemake believes deeply in the anachronistic idea that investing in its community is smart business.
LEGO HIGH-RISE - Erin Carlyle
The future of affordable housing is being snapped together in Brooklyn.
IRRATIONAL EXUBERANCE: THE SEQUEL - William Baldwin
The Shiller P/E signal is flashing warning signs. What are you doing to defend yourself?
THE BILLIONAIRE AND THE PRIME MINISTER - Megha Bahree
The man likely to become India’s next leader gave one of the country’s richest men a series of sweetheart deals.
THE WOOD WHISPERER - Richard Nalley
Frank Pollaro has designed furniture for Larry Ellison, David Geffen and Jerry Seinfeld. He also collaborates with his good friend Brad Pitt.