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THE ONE LIST THAT MATTERS

​A LOT OF BUSINESS magazines create lists. (Maybe you’ve noticed.) One of Inc.’s competitors, for example, ranks giant public corporations in order of their total revenue. Another ranks people by supposed net worth. Others rank mutual funds, financial advisers, and so on.

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