They're the hottest young stars in business across the globe. They're innovators, disrupters, and job creators; in fact, it's a pretty safe bet you're going to be working for them someday -- if you aren't already!
What did Fortune's 40 look like in high school? Take a trip down memory lane with these yearbook photos.
Now, they're the best and the brightest young minds in business. Back then, they were precocious toddlers and smiling babies. Can you guess who's who?
Meet the Blue-Chip Whisperer, the Comeback Kid, the Car Guy, and others in a selection of stars who have achieved a remarkable amount at a very early age.
What's the best way to buy pants, share on social networks or hack a phone? We asked our under-40s.
From the weird to the gross, these 13 gadgets will make you wonder why they even exist.
These cars and trucks topped J.D. Power's APEAL survey, which measures how much owners like their new vehicles.
A new 'horsepower war' has erupted among U.S. automakers and these are the most potent weapons in their arsenals.
A small but growing number of craft breweries are including passion fruit, Mexican cinnamon and other traditional Latin flavors.
Talk of a stock market bubble is growing louder. These stocks are some of the priciest in the S&P 500.
Hedge fund managers revealed some of their big investment predictions at the CNBC Institutional Investor Delivering Alpha conference this week.
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