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Priyanka Chopra, actress and activist, sits down with Indra Nooyi and Moira Forbes at the 2018 Forbes Women''s Summit. Having ascended to the highest ranks within their fields, their trajectories have defied convention to bridge generations, industries and borders. While each have built extraordinary, global communities in markedly different ways, what are the common qualities that have fueled such uncommon success? From the boardroom to the box office and beyond, how has their shared cultural background shaped their impressive journeys,...

SoftBank’s $100 billion Vision Fund is surely the most-scrutinized in the world, and for good reason. Over the past three years, Softbank founder Masayoshi Son has made a dizzying number of huge, bold bets—88, to be precise—at huge, bold valuations. Things haven’t gone exactly as planned. First, there was Uber, which the Vision Fund backed late, leaving it hundreds of millions underwater. And then WeWork, into which SoftBank has pumped more than $10 billion since 2017, and which cratered since...

The richest people on Earth are not immune to the coronavirus. As the pandemic tightened its grip on Europe and America, global equity markets imploded, tanking many fortunes. As of March 18, when we finalized this list, Forbes counted 2,095 billionaires, 58 fewer than a year ago and 226 fewer than just 12 days earlier, when we initially calculated these net worths. Of the billionaires who remain, 51% are poorer than they were last year. In raw terms, the world’s...

As many people take precautionary measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, a bizarre spate of reports are emerging nationwide of others allegedly spitting and coughing in public, perhaps to infect others, leading officials to issue warnings that perpetrators will be prosecuted—possibly, even, for terrorism. Read the full profile on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/carlieporterfield/2020/03/31/coronavirus-spitters-could-be-charged-as-terrorists---heres-why/#7c4561cb79c2

Bill Gates is urgently researching seven COVID-19 vaccines so effective ones can be mass-produced. Governor Charlie Baker is advocating a tool that was effective in South Korea: contact tracking. And the coming political storm over the 2020 census. What''s Ahead, featuring Steve Forbes, provides insights and perspective to stay on top of what''s happening in this ever-turbulent world, with glimpses into the future

In the fifth episode of Forbes Firsthand, Caitlyn Smith tells her story of being a musician in quarantine. Smith had just released and album and was about to begin a tour with Little Big Town when she started getting calls from her manager about cancellations. Not only was the tour cancelled, but she wouldn''t be able to appear on the late night shows she had booked to promote her album launch. Despite being confined to her home in Nashville, Smith...

Steve Aoki joins Forbes Senior Editor of Media & Entertainment Zack O''Malley Greenburg live from his Las Vegas home to talk about staying creative, and how the music industry is being impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. Forbes ''Ask The Expert'' is a talk show streamed on Instagram Live every weekday at 12:00 PM EST. Forbes editors will discuss the latest issues surrounding fears, myths, challenges and opportunities our world is facing from this pandemic and offer knowledgeable solutions and commentary....

Dr. David Walton, CEO, Build Health International & physician at Boston''s Brigham and Women''s hospital sits down with Alex Knapp, Forbes Senior Editor, Healthcare and Science to discuss how the Coronavirus pandemic is impacting the healthcare system. Forbes ''Ask The Expert'' is a 10-20 minute talk show streamed on Instagram Live every weekday at 12:00 PM EST. Forbes editors will discuss the latest issues surrounding fears, myths, challenges and opportunities our world is facing from this pandemic and offer knowledgeable...

The past two weeks have been sobering for Waffle House Chairman Joe Rogers, Jr. The chain of no-frills, 24-hour breakfast spots has remained defiantly open in the face of so many disasters that the Federal Emergency Management Agency uses a Waffle House Index to measure their severity. Hurricane Hugo couldn’t shut the doors for long in Charleston in 1989. The same in Georgia when Irma crashed through two years ago. The index was solid green in Joplin, Mo. after a...

This week on Unfiltered we talk to Dani Egna, CEO and founder of Inked By Dani, about how she stays inspired, her jobs before she started her business and her irrational fear. Under 30 Unfiltered is a show where we get candid with the members of the 30 Under 30 list. We ask them about what sacrifices they’ve made, what inspires them and more generally what’s going on in their lives.

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