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Positioned for Growth
Kimberly-Clark Softex taps Indonesia to win the Southeast Asia personal care market.
Farwiza Farhan encourages more women to help protect the forest in Aceh.
The Road Less Traveled
Most tech unicorns are the product of Silicon Valley’s well-oiled VC machine. Not Cloudinary. The maker of marketing software was profitable from day one and has bootstrapped its way close to a billion-dollar valuation.
Past, Present and Future Ghosts of Direct-to-Consumer Brands
Direct-to-consumer marketing (D2C) is a strategy to promote and sell a product or service directly to consumers, cutting out the need for intermediaries.
In With the Old
Used clothing is the hottest trend in apparel, and big brands are happy to make the profits—but avoid the headaches—by outsourcing the grimy work to tiny Trove, which looks set to grow big.
REVENGE OF THE WINKLEVIL
After losing an epic battle with Mark Zuckerberg over ownership of Facebook and being shunned in Silicon Valley, CAMERON and TYLER WINKLEVOSS are back— this time as budding Bitcoin billionaires at the center of the future of money, the creative economy and quite possibly a new operating model for Big Tech itself.
Behind the Numbers
Delman helps Indonesian companies navigate through data.
AMERICA'S MOST MANIPULATIVE BILLIONAIRE
The inside story of how Bob Brockman, the secretive billionaire who allegedly masterminded America’s biggest tax-evasion scheme, used “Darth Vader” contracts to overcharge auto dealers and finance Robert F. Smith’s private equity empire.
Agribusiness company Tani Unggul is improving farmers’ welfare by tapping premium produce market.
A BILLIONAIRE A DAY
THIS YEAR, FORBES TRACKED DOWN A RECORD 493 NEW BILLIONAIRES— ROUGHLY ONE EVERY 17 HOURS. JUST OVER 40% HAIL FROM CHINA; 20% FROM THE U.S. PROMINENT ROUTES TO NEW RICHES: IPOS, SPACS, CRYPTOCURRENCIES AND COVID-RELATED HEALTH CARE.
BELENGGU HALT TO SPEARHEAD MALAYSIA'S SUSTAINABLE LANDFILL MODEL
According to the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT) in Malaysia, around RM430 million has been spent on closing just 17 out of 165 existing dumpsites and promoting the disposal of solid waste to sanitary landfill.