Forbes US Magazine - October - November 2022
In this issue
THE FORBES 400 RICHEST PEOPLE IN AMERICA
FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THE GREAT RECESSION, THE RICH GOT POORERTO THE TUNE OF $500 BILLION. THAT’S OPENED THE DOOR FOR 42 FRESH FACES IN THE COUNTRY’S MOST EXCLUSIVE CLUB.
The Trump Files
The former president’s legal troubles aren’t conned to Mar-a-Lago. At 40 Wall Street,
New York’s attorney general is zeroing in on potential fraud. Donald Trump was worried
enough last month that hepled the Fifth. Forbes might know why: We have additional
information that puts him at the center of what seems to be driving the investigation.
Diane Hendricks had a child at age 17, worked as a Playboy Bunny to pay the bills, beat
cancer twice and survived the tragic death of her husband before transforming herself
into the nation’s most successful businesswoman. She has tripled her net worth in the
last five years. Next:fixing the country’s schools and infrastructure before we red, white and blow it.
IMF'S Monumental Malpractice
For decades, the International Monetary Fund has been the scourge of countries that get into economic trouble, yet its authority has never been seriously challenged.
Three Megatrends Poised For Acceleration
Insights from Jay Jacobs, CFA, U.S. Head of Thematics & Active Equity ETFs, BlackRock
HAYES BARNARD figured out how to bring costly solar power within financial reach of most homeowners. As he makes his debut on The Forbes 400, his ambitions are loftier still: to turn every American dream green.
CHALLENGING LEADERS/ ADVANCING CAREERS
Forty years ago Leadership Education for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (LEAP) began with a simple yet powerful idea: if Asian and Pacific Islander (API) communities were to realize their full potential and foster robust participation in this increasingly globalized world, their communities would have to produce leaders who could advocate and speak on their behalf. \"Now,\" reports Linda Akutagawa, LEAP president and CEO, \"our partnerships with major corporations have produced a meaningful roster of leadership training programs and an ever-increasing cadre of leaders within corporations, who in turn inspire the next generation of leaders in the broader API community\"
Lord of the Landlines
ROBERT HALE became a billionaire by capitalizing on the technology Alexander Graham Bell patented in 1876. But time's up, and now the 21st century is calling.
As the child of Iranian immigrants in the deep South, JOE KIANI surmounted overwhelming odds to become a billionaire. So why should he be afraid to push his scrappy medical monitoring company into consumer electronics, challenging companies 100 times its size?
Harris Kupperman's Praetorian Capital seeks out hysteria in every corner of the market, from bitcoin to natural gas.
The Business of NET ZERO
Net Zero is a destination with many pathways leading to it— which one will your business take?
Diane Hendricks – American Made
Diane Hendricks had a child at age 17, worked as a Playboy Bunny to pay the bills, beat cancer twice and survived the tragic death of her husband before transforming herself into the nation's most successful businesswoman. She has tripled her net worth in the last five years. Next: fixing the country's schools and infrastructure before we red, white and blow it.
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BLOCKCHAIN, BASKETBALL, BROADCAST.COM: MARK CUBAN HAS NEVER LOST HIS PASSION FOR DISRUPTION. NOW THE BILLIONAIRE ENTREPRENEUR HAS AN AMBITIOUS PLAN TO TAKE ON BIG PHARMA AND LOWER THE COST OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS ONCE AND FOR ALL. AND, AFTER 13 SEASONS, THIS SAVVY SHARK MAY FINALLY BE READY TO LEAVE THE TANK.
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