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Wayne Firestone isn’t trying to change students’ minds; he just wants to open them.
From Cannes to The Frick, Chopard’s own Caroline Gruosi-Scheufele is accessorizing the rich and famous—with jewelry inspired by the animal kingdom.
Chopard’s dependable co-president Karl-Friedrich Scheufele on long-term thinking, keeping tigers alive, and his first Porsche.
From Internet moguls to microfinance mavens, these young entrepreneurs are proving that it is better to lead than to follow.