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March 10, 2014
Sir Richard Branson (Photo: Margie Goldsmith)
One of the world's greatest entrepreneurs talks about his typically ambitious latest plans and offers a one-word summary of his life today.
January 29, 2014
Jamie McMurray, NASCAR Driver in front of the Citation X
The NASCAR driver and Daytona 500 winner has always loved speed. No wonder he also loves flying in a Citation X.
January 15, 2014
Jetcraft's Jahid Fazal-Karim
Jahid Fazal-Karim became co-owner of Jetcraft in 2008 after a successful career at Airbus and Bombardier.
November 21, 2013
Architect Frank Gehry.  All photos by Chad Slattery except where noted.
One of architecture's greatest minds talks about why that field matters–and why business jets do, too.
October 16, 2013
Susan Aselage (left) with Sabreliner technician Ramona Wingerter.
Susan Aselage has been with St. Louis, Missouri-based Sabreliner since its inception in 1983, when she became its second employee. Today, nearly 200 people work for the diversified aviation-services company, which manufactures parts for new and used fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft and repairs and maintains existing aircraft.
October 2, 2013
“We were onstage at 11 p.m. in New York and then we were on set at 6 a.m. the next day in L.A. There was no way a commercial flight could [let us] do that.” (Photo: Ryan Reason)
Business jets are their magic carpet ride.
August 1, 2013
“Everybody wants to show you how good they are," says Four Seasons founder Issy Sharp. "So we get an army of people every day proving how good they are.” (Photo: George Pimentel)
Fifty-three years ago, Isadore M. Sharp opened a modest 125-room motel in downtown Toronto and called it the Four Seasons. From that starting point, he built the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts brand, which today includes 90 properties in 36 countries and ranks among the world’s largest and most prestigious suppliers of luxury lodging. 
August 1, 2013
“This is a relationship-based business, with some of the top people in the world. They don’t want to call some customer rep; they want a personal relationship.” (Photo: Chad Slattery)
Aerospace engineer Marc Foulkrod had no intention of getting involved in marketing when he was tapped to help a fledgling aircraft charter/management firm called Avjet in 1981. After college, he served as a performance-engineering specialist for Boeing and McDonnell Douglas before joining cargo carrier Flying Tigers.
July 24, 2013
Larry Flynn, President of Gulfstream Aerospace
Larry Flynn communicates well to large groups and knows how to control the room during press conferences, even when the main language spoken is not his own. General Dynamics undoubtedly took note of that talent when it named him president of Gulfstream in 2011.
May 13, 2013
Daymond John
When he launched his FUBU clothing line in 1992, Daymond John was a 23-year-old waiter and taxi driver with no college education, no business training, no manufacturing operation, no contracts with retailers and no money to speak of.

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