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Forbes Dec 6
How the Chainsmokers spun DJ millions into a lucrative array of startup investments
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ILLENIUM Dec 3
Thanks for naming me in this years 30under30 🤘🤘
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Forbes Dec 6
The Chainsmokers tallied $46 million before taxes in the past year alone, landing them at No. 24 on the Forbes list of highest-paid musicians
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Forbes Dec 6
In 2017, Jessie Zeng—who is now a 2020 honoree—launched Choosy, an on-demand fashion company. Instead of looking to the runway for inspiration, Choosy scans social posts to spot the hottest looks and then makes 20 to 25 new pieces a month
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Forbes Dec 6
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Forbes Dec 4
A search-and-rescue instructor died on a mountain after a helicopter couldn’t land. Now a company cofounded by 1 of his trainees—who is a 2020 listmaker—is using technology to stabilize these flights
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Forbes Dec 4
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Read more about how these 2 listmakers built a company to help stabilize helicopter baskets here: 
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Forbes Dec 6
The Chainsmokers have banked $130 million over the past 3 years, defying a plateau for DJ earnings and dethroning Calvin Harris as the highest-paid act in electronic music
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Forbes Dec 4
honorees, Caleb Carr and Derek Sikora, found a fix in high-powered fans and motion sensors that attach to the bottom of any helicopter hoist to give pilots greater control and counteract violent motions caused by weather or human error
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Forbes Dec 6
The politicians, attorneys, and founders who will shape the next decade of law & policy
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Forbes 17h
Linebacker Bobby Wagner built an NFL fortune at 29. Every day but Sunday, he aims to put it all to work
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CAA Basketball Dec 4
⁣☑️Six-Time NBA All-Star⁣ ☑️Olympic Gold Medalist⁣ ☑️All-NBA First Team⁣ ☑️Signature Shoe Deal⁣ ☑️Forbes 30 Under 30⁣ ⁣ Congrats to on all his accomplishments thus far and the many more to come
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Forbes Dec 5
Energy listmaker Ashley Zumwalt-Forbes is creating a cleaner way to mine natural resources
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Forbes Dec 13
21 Savage headlines a formidable list of alumni who grew up undocumented—and are now inspiring change to help their peers
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Forbes Dec 4
We ate mouth-numbing dry hot pot in New York’s East Village, tasted orange corn grits in Indianapolis and visited a natural winery in the hills of Santa Clara. Here's how we judge the Food & Bev list:
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Forbes Dec 10
Inside listmaker, Kevin Durant’s multi-million dollar basketball, media and investing empire
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Forbes Dec 14
21 Savage created the Bank Account Campaign, which teaches teens financial literacy across the U.S. His money advice?
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Forbes Dec 6
The 2020 Consumer Technology stars are leaders who are changing the way we live for the better
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Forbes 5h
The NFL’s Bobby Wagner negotiated his own $54 million deal. Now the linebacker is tackling startups
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Forbes Dec 13
21 Savage on the importance of financial education
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