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80 pages. Features: *Changing lanes: EV billionaire William Li is chasing growth overseas. His first step-entering the European market via Norway *Rising tide: Collective wealth got a 40% boost amid an economic rebound *Big-check bet: Clay Christensen's low-profile family firm and a history-making woman investor at SoftBank are among the big winners of South Korea's answer to Amazon *Reversal of Fortune: Wealth of the nation's richest rebounds after declining for two years *Scene stealer: Vimeo wasted its youth trying to be an oddball combo of Netflix and YouTube. Refocusing on business users, CEO Anjali Sud has transformed it into $6 billion blockbuster *Global 2000 How the world's biggest public companies endured the pandemic *Vision and horsepower: Property tycoon Lang Walker hasn't let the pandemic slow him down. The Australian billionaire remains bullish with plenty of new projects in his company's pipeline *Trailblazed: Kate Wang jumped into the ranks of the world's richest when her vaping company RLX went public in January. Now the company faces looming threats from regulators in China and skeptical investors *Game changer: It's hard to flawlessly churn out billions of doses of drugs-and we aren't doing a great job of it. One VC pulled together a dream team that says it's come up with a better, faster way *The friendly assassin. David Velez set out to kill off the fat fees and lousy service of Brazil's big banks. The operation succeeded beyond his wildest dreams: Today, his no-fee Nubank is the most valuable digital bank in the world, with 35 million customers-and he's gunning for more *Steve Forbes: Recklessly endangering our health *Rich Karlgaard: The other virus *Thoughts: On courtesy.
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Publication Date:1 June 2021
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