The Forbes List

Nathan Vardi, senior editor at Forbes, shares the stand-out work accomplished by millennials on the 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 Finance List. Hear about the 28-year-old two-time company founder who started college at just 13, a 28-year-old investor who made partner at 3G, one of Warren Buffets favorite investment firms and a trend sweeping the finance industry.

26:09 3/9/2017

Past Episodes

College prices continue to escalate. Caroline Howard, executive digital editor at Forbes, has compiled a list of 300 schools that offer a meaningful return on investment. Hear about the metrics behind the list and which schools rank the highest.
32:48 5/25/2017
From a bangle billionaire to a pizza empire, every woman on America's Richest Self-Made Women List has a story to tell. Hear where they started out and how they grew their businesses into multi-million (and billion) dollar companies.
34:28 5/18/2017
Find out how the biggest names in wrestling make their millions both in and out of the ring from merch to the big screen.
38:46 5/11/2017
Hear about the 25 best places to retire without a car in America from Forbes contributor William Barrett. The list is based on perks from availability of public transit and ride-share to low-crime areas.
01:00:33 5/4/2017
The investors on The Midas List have uncanny good taste when it comes to choosing the right start-up into which to sink their millions. Forbes reporter Alex Konrad, talks about who these tech visionaries are, the companies they've discovered and a secretive Silicon Valley network of extra-rich VCs.
37:36 4/27/2017
The women on Forbes's Self-Made Women Billionaires List are changing the game with the largest roster ever. Hear from Forbes reporter Chloe Sorvino about how some of the 56 women made their money, the personalities behind the riches and why Asian women are dominating the list.
34:11 4/20/2017
Why are the Knicks the most valuable team in the NBA at $3.3 billion despite playing so poorly? What makes Golden State so golden besides having talented players? Overall, why is the NBA more profitable than ever before? Tune into the Forbes List to hear about the stories behind the most valuable teams in the NBA.
33:42 4/13/2017
The Forbes 30 Under-30 music list isnt only about musicians, its also full of behind-the-scenes stars like Chance the Rappers manager and the director of an Israeli-Palestinian choir. Forbes senior editor, Zack O'Malley-Greenburg, tells the stories behind the talents selected this year and how he happened upon a bowling party hosted by a Grammy-nominated artist on the list.
33:35 4/6/2017
Wall Street parties, IPO bonanzas and a high concentration of billionaires, Hong Kong is hopping with wealth. John Koppisch, a senior editor at Forbes, shares all the details.
37:17 3/30/2017
Hear about young innovators leveraging business to improve social ills. These are the founders and leaders that made the Forbes 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneurs List. Michela Tindera, reporter at Forbes, talks about why certain social good organizations made the cut and the specific societal problems they're trying to solve.
26:43 3/23/2017

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College prices continue to escalate. Caroline Howard, executive digital editor at Forbes, has compiled a list of 300 schools that offer a meaningful return on investment. Hear about the metrics behind the list and which schools rank the highest.
32:48 5/25/2017
From a bangle billionaire to a pizza empire, every woman on America's Richest Self-Made Women List has a story to tell. Hear where they started out and how they grew their businesses into multi-million (and billion) dollar companies.
34:28 5/18/2017
Find out how the biggest names in wrestling make their millions both in and out of the ring from merch to the big screen.
38:46 5/11/2017
Hear about the 25 best places to retire without a car in America from Forbes contributor William Barrett. The list is based on perks from availability of public transit and ride-share to low-crime areas.
01:00:33 5/4/2017
The investors on The Midas List have uncanny good taste when it comes to choosing the right start-up into which to sink their millions. Forbes reporter Alex Konrad, talks about who these tech visionaries are, the companies they've discovered and a secretive Silicon Valley network of extra-rich VCs.
37:36 4/27/2017

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