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80 pages. Features: *AsiaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Power Businesswomen: It's been nearly two years since Covid-19 erupted and the world's business leaders had to come to grips with the new reality: Some have struggled to keep their companies afloat, but others, like the 20 business leaders on the 2021 Asia's Power Businesswomen list, have adapted and thrived, seizing opportunities in the midst of challenges *Superapp Hero: Grab group CEO Anthony Tan is taking the superapp company to its next stage, including a planned transformation into a public company and growing its presence in fintech *Growth Engine: China's richest got richer despite a challenging year for billionaire entrepreneurs *The Croesus of Crypto: FTX cofounder Sam Bankman-Fried built a $22.5 billion fortune before his 30th birthday by profiting off the cryptocurrency frenzy- but he's not a true believer. He just wants his wealth to survive long enough to give it all away *The Top 20: No groups has benefited from the white-hot market more than the wealthiest Americans *New faces: The cutoff for The Forbes 400 list is higher than it's ever been-yet over three dozen billionaires debuted on the 2021 list, including a number who made their fortunes in Asia *Left behind: Former U.S president Donald Trump doesn't make The Forbes 400 for the first time in 25 years *The Forbes 400: It has been a terrible year for many, but the good times keep rolling for America's richest. The 400 wealthiest Americans saw their collective fortune increase 40% over the las year, to $4.5 trillion, and a record net worth of $2.9 billion is required to make the cut *Capitol investor: On most of Wall Street, “government" is a four-letter word. But private equity billionaire Ramzi Musallam has turned tragedy into a Forbes 400 fortune by mastering the motivations of the largest player in the global economy *Rich Karlgaard: Risk and reward *Thoughts: On winning
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Publication Date:1 November 2021
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