Welcome to Forbes for November 8th, 2010 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story, we'll tell you about, "Master of the Brand: Bernard Arnault" - LVMH is betting big on the developing world. Will Dior and Vuitton play in Mongolia and Vietnam?
Also, "Bullish On Harare" - Paul Tierney is out to increase the flow of capital to places formerly inhospitable to investor money.
Next, "Caring Long Term" - Alan Miller is a curiosity in health care: He believes that competition, profits and good care can coexist.
Then, "Paint The Ivory Tower Green" - USC's Krisztina Holly has the challenge of turning professors into capitalists.
Followed by, "A Pirate Comes Clean" - Peter Sunde faces jail time for promoting copyright infringement. Who better to concoct a plan to pay for online content?
We'll also tell you about, "The Most Powerful People On Earth" - There are 6.8 billion people on the planet. These are the 68 who matter.
And in our final story, "Big Scoop" - Bruce Ginsberg aims to do what General Mills couldn't: Sell real ice cream made from scratch on demand.
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