Condé Nast has released their latest edition for Portfolios Magazine!
Pipe Dreams –
Sarah Palin says she’s building a gas pipeline. The only problem: It isn’t there. And it’s her fault.
Exxon vs. Obama –
Peak oil and plunging crude prices are nothing—the world’s biggest energy company may finally have met its match.
The Thrill is Gone –
Michael Jackson wears tube socks, and now they can be yours. Highlights of the Neverland Ranch possessions being auctioned off.
The Prime of Mr. Nouriel Roubini –
Life is good for the economist known as Doctor Doom. But is the recession’s best-known prophet just a one-hit wonder?
Cash Me If You Can –
The savviest move Yale endowment chief David Swensen may have made in the last year was to ignore his own advice.
His Space –
MySpace co-founder Chris DeWolfe on why he thinks his business model is better than Facebook’s.
Spoils of Prosperity –
The rise of militant populist Jacob Zuma is exacerbating
a new rift in South Africa.