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- Alternate meaning: For the Boston Brahmin family associated with John Forbes Kerry, see Forbes family.
Forbes magazine is an American business and financial magazine founded in 1917 by B.C. Forbes. After his death in 1954 and his son Bruce's death in 1964, it was long synonymous with flamboyant second son Malcolm Stevenson Forbes, better known as Malcolm Forbes (1917–1990). Today, the company and magazine are headed by Malcolm Stevenson Forbes Jr., better known as Steve Forbes (1948–), and his brothers.
Forbes has generated at least two spinoff magazines: Forbes ASAP and Forbes FYI .
- 200 Best Small Companies
- 400 Best Big Companies
- Forbes 2000
- Forbes International 500
- Largest Private Companies
- Forbes 500, a list of largest companies taking into account market capitalization, revenue, income, and assets (this is differs from the Fortune 500 which is based only on revenues).
- The Best Business Schools
In popular culture Forbes is perhaps best-known for its many periodic lists of (net worth) wealth. As it often takes considerable detective work to determine the actual wealth of an individual, Forbes' figures are widely cited as nearly-definitive.
- 100 Top Celebrities
- Executive Pay
- Forbes 400, a list of the richest people in the United States.
- Forbes Midas (venture capital)
- World's Richest People, a list of the richest people in the world.
- China's 100 Richest
- Wall Street's Top Analysts
- List of billionaires
- List of the best paid celebrities
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