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Dmitry Rybolovlev: the savvy dealmaker trumped by Trump

Dmitry Rybolovlev © Alamy

Donald Trump just can’t resist bragging about the time he sold America’s most expensive house to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev.

Money makers: A banker with a soul

Leonard Abess © Getty images

Billionaire financier Leonard Abess was singled out for special praise from then-US president Barack Obama.

Five questions for… Bruce Davis, co-founder, Abundance

Bruce Davis

Bruce Davis of online investment service Abundance speaks to MoneyWeek about his business.

Jim Rogers: pessimistic about America

Looming trade wars will spell trouble for the world’s biggest economy, reckons US investor Jim Rogers.

Fixing the waste management industry

Bruce Bratley © First Mile

In 2004, Bruce Bratley bought a van, got a licence and started a waste-management company to fix the broken sector.

A value fund with a decidedly fine focus

Active management can work if a fund is small and focused. Adam Rackley has big plans, he tells Merryn Somerset Webb.

Richard Buxton: don't get carried away

Fund manager Richard Buxton of Old Mutual Global

Markets seem to be getting back to normal. But investors shouldn’t get too excited, fund manger Richard Buxton warns.

Alex Karp: the maverick leading a “scary business”

Alex Karp © Getty images

Palantir, headed by Alex Karp, could be following Snap in holding a high-profile listing. But the business itself has made some people nervous.

The serial entrepreneur predicting the future

Ivan Mazour may be the son of a Russian billionaire, yet the Old Etonian is his own man. At just 33 years old, he has founded his seventh company.

The world’s greatest investors, This week: Katie Potts

Katie Potts manages the Herald Investment Trust and the Herald Worldwide Fund, focusing on technology firms with enough market power to keep ahead of the opposition.

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