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Topic - Steve Forbes
In "The Wealth of Nations," Adam Smith wrote, "The sole use of money is to circulate consumable goods." Truer words have rarely been written, but the remarkable thing about Smith's passage was that it was a throwaway line in what remains to this day one of the most important books on economics ever written.
For the Republican Party to succeed in this November's midterm elections, one thing is clear: Superior ideas must be a top priority.
Luis Jacobo scored 19 points and Steve Forbes added 11 with nine rebounds as No. 2 seed Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne rolled past seventh-seeded Indiana-Purdue Indianapolis 85-47 in the opening round of the Summit League tournament Saturday night.
Fosun International Limited, a Chinese conglomerate headquartered in Shanghai, is poised to announce the $250 million purchase of Forbes media, including the company's signature magazine, a source told the New York Post.
In their new book, "Freedom Manifesto," Steve Forbes and Elizabeth Ames promise to explain "why free markets are moral and big government isn't."
The NCAA said it wanted to send a clear message by slapping Bruce Pearl with a three-year show-cause penalty: Coaches are responsible for their programs.
Hiring Bruce Pearl to coach a basketball team just got harder and messier for a school.
A serious crisis creates a true test of leadership -- and in some parts of the world, the tests are more difficult than in others.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - Luis Jacobo scored 19 points and Steve Forbes added 11 with nine rebounds as No. 2 seed Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne rolled past seventh-seeded Indiana-Purdue Indianapolis 85-47 in the opening round of the Summit League tournament Saturday night.
Joe Reed scored 11 points and Steve Forbes added 10 for IPFW (21-9, 9-4 Summit), which is tied with South Dakota State for second place.