Welcome to Forbes for March 28th, 2011 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story "Alibaba's Jack Ma Fights to Win Back Trust" - setting things right after a scandal at China's largest e-commerce company.
Also, "Baseball’s Most Valuable Teams" - Average team values rise to an all-time high, but the Dodgers' and Mets' problems threaten to hurt the rest of MLB.
Next, "The Billionaire Behind L'Occitane's Asian Expansion" – How Austrian Reinold Geiger led a French firm to dominate the Asian skin-care industry.
We'll also tell you, "Why Minority Entrepreneurs Matter in America" - Rene Diaz rode the Hispanic immigration wave to a $200 million food-distribution business in Atlanta.
Then, Adobe is Watching Every Click" - Adobe products create the Web. They might as well track it, too.
Followed by, "Why the Gold Standard Still Matters Today" - A gold standard does not place some artificial limit on the supply of money.
And in our final story, "The Golden Age of Trading" - The number of retirees trading actively online is growing.
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