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80 pages. Features: *Rich suckers: Private equity funds are the greatest wealth builders ever invented on Wall Street. So why have the retail versions of the dealmaker's funds, peddled by Merrill Lynch and other brokers, performed so poorly? *Best Under a Billion: The annual Best Under a Billion list highlights the resilience of the region's publicly listed small and midsized companies in Asia-Pacific with revenue under $1 billion *Growth pivot: CEO Yasuo Takeuchi is leading a major transformation of Olympus into a medical technology company, after selling off its lauded, but money-losing, camera business *Building resilience: Filinvest Development CEO Josephine Gotianun-Yap is plowing ahead with growing her family's diversified company despite a drag from the pandemic *Regaining momentum. Wealth is on the upswing, after taking a hit last year *Covid's forgotten hero: Without Ian MacLachlan's break-through delivery system, Moderna and Pfizer couldn't safely get their mRNA vaccines into your cells. So why does hardly anyone acknowledge the Canadian biochemist's seminal contributions-or pay a dime in royalties? *American's most successful women entrepreneurs: The fortunes of America's richest self-made women in our seventh annual ranking soared 31% to $118 billion, amid a stock-market boom. A record 26 are now billionaires, including pop=star mogul Rihanna and 23and Me's Anne Wojcicki, The cutoff for admission climbed to $225 million
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Publication Date:1 September 2021
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