Welcome to Forbes for April 25th, 2011 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story, we'll tell you about “The World's Biggest Public Companies” - JPMorgan Chase is the world's largest public company for the second consecutive year. Here are the 25 biggest companies in the world.
Also, “Femme Fatale” - The very unconventional story of Lynn Tilton.
Next, “Silent Stan” - You won't hear Stan Kroenke say it, but the billionaire real estate developer may be the world's biggest sports mogul.
We'll also tell you about “Selling Bespoke Suits for Less” – Expanding David Schottenstein's door-to-door haberdashery called for a special breed of salesperson.
Then, “How Much Energy Can Your Roof Generate?” David Levine thinks there's gold in mapping the solar potential of every home--one rooftop at a time.
Followed by, “Investing Insomniacs” - Forget day trading. The latest action is happening at night.
And in our final story, “Crypto Currency” - Want to buy socks or psilocybin without being traced? Bitcoins are for you.
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