Forbes magazine, 06.04.12 (cover story)
Justin Bieber, Venture Capitalist
The young pop star is a Hollywood force, earning $108 million over the past two years. With tech investments including Spotify, he’s started to make similar conquests in Silicon Valley.
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A Different Kind of ‘Glory’
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An Idol Sneak Peek
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Jesus Christ Superhero
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Mr. T Wants to Buy Your Gold — Time to Sell?
Mr. T has signed on to hawk a mail-in gold buying service. But, he assures us, it’s no sign of a bubble (Bonus: a video of me interviewing the big guy).