Welcome to Forbes for April 23rd, 2012 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story, "Obamacare Billionaire: What One Entrepreneur's Rise Says About the Future of Medicine" - With a big boost from Washington, Neal Patterson's futuristic vision for computerized health care has made him a very rich man. But will it make us all healthier?
Also, "Two Years After the Spill, BP Has a Secret: It's Booming" - Two years after the well from hell, Bob Dudley has steered BP to one of the great corporate survival stories in history. But he's not bragging about it - for good reason.
We'll also tell you about, "Apple's Secret Plan for Its Cash Stash" - A chunk of Tim Cook's $100 billion war chest is going toward outfitting factories in Asia that will be beholden to one customer:â¿¿Apple.
Next, "It's Time to Buy Disk Drive Stocks" - The cheapest stocks in the universe.
Then, "Beware: A Chinese Recession is Coming" - It's time for new stimulus in Beijing but in Europe austerity will mean depression and chaos.
Followed by, "Surfing's Toxic Secret" - The $7 billion surfing industry is rooted in an environmentally friendly image, yet surfboards are as toxic as ever. Michael Stewart sees a way to bridge the gap.
And in our final story, "How to Get a Dollar for 85 Cents - This closed-end fund trades at a 15% discount to net asset value.