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11 | FACT & COMMENT // STEVE FORBES Why the Trump tax cut should be big and bold. Plus: FORBES’ All-Star Eateries in New York.
LEADERBOARD 18 | AMERICA’S RICHEST CELEBRITIES Rappers, golfers, Hollywood titans, even a magician: Fame might be ﬁckle, but it sure pays well for these 20 wealthy entertainers.
20 | NEW BILLIONAIRES: PAYMASTERS John and Patrick Collison, the young Irish brothers behind mobile-payments unicorn Stripe, join the ten-ﬁgure club. Plus: Missouri’s richest man.
24 | AMERICA’S BIGGEST CHARITIES Which altruistic organizations raise the most money—and which do it most efficiently? Plus: John Lennon’s Sgt. Pepper piano, up for sale.
26 | FORBES @ 100: TUNED IN TO THE FUTURE By March 1967 consumer spending on home entertainment was skyrocketing— and our thoughts about what was coming next were surprisingly prescient.
28 | CONVERSATION Is Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law, an unaccomplished braggart or a war-room Svengali? Readers debate. Plus: Fans of sports’ top brands cheer.
THOUGHT LEADERS 32 | CURRENT EVENTS // DAVID MALPASS Democracies in upheaval.
34 | INNOVATION RULES // RICH KARLGAARD Best sports books for business.
STRATEGIES 40 | FOUNDER’S REMORSE Billionaire Chip Wilson is Lululemon’s creator, largest individual shareholder— and loudest critic. All the current management team can do is shrug. BY ABRAM BROWN
ENTREPRENEURS 44 | THE SEPTUAGENARIAN WHIZ KID Shaun McConnon has sold three tech startups for a total of $1 billion. Now he’s building a cybersecurity business that could soon be worth a billion by itself. BY AMY FELDMAN
TECHNOLOGY 46 | MODERNA’S MYSTERY MEDICINES Backed by world-class science, a stealthy biotech has raised $1.9 billion by promising to change medicine forever. A new lawsuit opens a rare window into its secrets. BY NATHAN VARDI AND MATTHEW HERPER
FORBESLIFE 2016 HOLIDAY SPIRITS GUIDE 49 | THE RICHEST POURS Belly up to the best all-American whiskeys, ﬂavored gins, aged tequilas and more.
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