Welcome to Forbes for September 26th, 2011 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story: “Exclusive Interview: Billionaire Ronald Perelman With His Dad” – LBO maestro Ron Perelman and his dad, Raymond, in an intimate conversation about rebellion, success, mistakes and the meaning of life.
Also, “Sean Parker: Agent of Disruption” – An idea catalyst who, when combined with the right people, has fueled some of the most disruptive companies of the last two decades.
We'll also tell you about, “Ted Turner's Plans to Save the World” – He long ago left CNN. But Ted Turner is still stirring up the world by threatening to save it.
Next, “George Kaiser's $10 Billion Bet” – He transformed a small Tulsa oil company into an energy empire. Can he get the same results investing in America's poorest kids?
Then, “Connecting With Art: An Inside Look Into a Billionaire's Art Collection” – Norman and Irma Braman have built a $900 million collection, not just by writing big checks.
Followed by, “My War on Drug Laws” – Progressive Insurance chairman Peter Lewis has invested many years and millions of dollars into getting marijuana legalized. He tells us why.
And in our final story, “Courting Every Voter in America” – Edwin Durgy wants to blow up the Electoral College. His team is halfway there.
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