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From social media IPOs to natural gas plays to cloud computing launches, it's been a tumultuous year at the summit of the business world. Top honors go to a leader who has combined record returns with political activism.
Which companies have the best reputations? Apple tops the list for the fifth year in a row. See who else made the top 50 this year.
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Apple has the most valuable brand in the world, up 67% over the last year, according to a BrandZ ranking.
The subjects of Mary Ellen Mark's photography ranged from celebrities to world leaders to those at the fringe of society, including prostitutes and the homeless.
Unemployment is at its lowest level since 2007, but some companies are still cutting lots of jobs.
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