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83 pages. Features: *Stepping Up: How Asia's business leaders have responded to the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic *Common Effort: A group of India's startups have joined forces to help their country beat the coronavirus *Big Hit Gets Hit Big: The company behind K-Pop sensation BTS is trying to keep Covid-19 from stopping the music *The Long View: Switzerland-based IWG is well positioned to survive the outbreak- and thrive in its aftermath *Weathering the Storm: Japan's richest take a relatively minor 5% hit to their total net worth amid the pandemic *Masa's Last Laugh?: Between the WeWork debacle and the coronavirus, the markets have deemed his $100 billion Vision Fund largely worthless. But Softbank's Masayoshi Son has other assets, a track record and a plan *The World's 50 Richest: The richest people on Earth are not immune to the coronavirus. As the pandemic tightened its grip on the world, global equity markets imploded, tanking many fortunes *Going Green: Hong Kong billionaire Francis Choi, who got rich making toys, is looking to add to his fortune by moving upstream into biodegradable plastic *Larry's Laboratory: Oracle founder Larry Ellison has been drafted into the fight against the coronavirus, a critical test of whether data can indeed save us *Rewarding Progress: Seo Jung-jin's wealth spikes as his Celltrion advances in treatment and testing kits *The Billionaire's Startup: Meg Whitman and Jeffrey Katzenberg think Quibi has an edge over other streaming services *Airpod Aristocrat: Michael Tojner turned a $40 million investment into a $1.9 billion fortune *Notable Newcomers: 178 people from 20 countries and territories climbed into the ranks of the world's wealthiest for the first time this past year. Here are 18 notable mentions *The Oil Man and the Sea: Kjell Inge Rokke amassed a $1.7 billion fortune by stripping the oceans. Now he says he wants to clean up the mess *Billionaires Index: The complete list of all 2,095 billionaires this year
Forbes Media LLC
Publication Date:9 May 2020
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