Welcome to Forbes for March 14th, 2011 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story, we'll tell you about "The Richest People on the Planet - This year's list broke records in size and total net worth.
Also, "The Billionaire Who Friended the Web" - Tech's titans used to wonder about Yuri Milner. Now he's the guy everyone wants to copy.
Next, "Miner's Daughter" - Gina Rinehart is the richest person in Australia thanks to rising ore prices - and her own steeliness.
We'll also tell you about, "The Raider's Radar" - How does Carl Icahn choose his targets, then pounce? A rare look inside his head.
Then, "Nation Building" - Lebanon's next leader, Najib Mikati, has respect and money - lots of it. So why is he involving himself in the messy and dangerous world of politics?
Followed by, "Sugar Daddy" - Brazil's Rubens Ometto is the world's first ethanol billionaire. They call him the Tractor - not just because he harvests sugarcane.
And in our final story, "Land Grab" - Media mogul John Malone just became the nation's biggest landowner, barely edging out an old friend: Ted Turner.
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