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148 pages. Features: *Next act: With more autonomy and perspective following her divorce, Melinda French Gates' take might be just what philanthropy-and society at large-needs to solve for today's most intractable issues *100 to watch: As Asia-Pacific moves into post-pandemic mode, the qualities of creativity, resilience and capacity for change shine through in the second 100 to Watch list * Space race: Trained as an engineer, James Yenbamroong cut his teeth at defense giant Northrop Grumman before launching his own satellite company in Thailand. Mu Space is burning through capital to get his vision off ground *Patient for profits: Chua Thian Poh has strengthened Ho Bee Land with well-times condo sales in Sentosa Cove, a cash-generating commercial play and deals overseas *Save harbor: While Singapore continued to draw wealthy foreigners, global headwinds took a toll on the combines fortunes of the nation's richest this year *Reality check: The maker of Photoshop and Premiere Pro gave the world AI-powered tools to create convincing fakes. Now CEO Shanotanu Narayen wants to clean up the mess *Bring it on: Jee Dong-seob aims to have Seoul-based SK On lead the global EV battery market by 2030, besting some powerful rivals from around the globe *Betting big: China's property market turmoil hasn't deterred Hongkong Land's CEO Robert Wong from taking an $8.4 billion bet on an iconic Shanghai project- he says now is the time to seize opportunities *Art of the turnaround: Japanese education tycoon Soichiro Fukutake used his fortune to transform the industrially ravaged Seto Islands into a global art destination-giving a boost to the region's economy along the way *Double Vision: In 2020, Adam Neumann's family office became a lead investor in real estate tech company Alfred. Less than two years later, the ex-WeWork CEO announces a new venture, Flow, with $350 million in funding *Into the light: Hospitals have long used ultraviolet light to zap viruses, but the devices were too expensive for businesses and schools. Spurred by the pandemic, an unlikely trio started R-Zero to develop a lower-cost alternative *Daily life: A new Forbes survey of the world's richest people found many still do household chores like taking out the garbage and grocery shopping *Steve Forbes: The way forward to end inflation *Risch Karlgaard: Live and learn
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Publication Date:1 September 2022
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