Soul Brother: Livestrong president and CEO Doug Ulman has a strong bond with Armstrong: Both are cancer survivors. | Photograph by Peter Yang
The world's most famous cancer survivor has been his foundation's biggest asset, even as it grew into an innovative force in health care. Now his legal troubles may make him a risk.
Photograph by Peter Yang
On a Sunday night in late July, a trio of bouncers stand outside a chic club near the Champs-Élysées, in Paris, checking guests for a special bracelet with a black plastic charm of a No. 28 cycling jersey. Inside, a red and white logo-festooned racing bike is on display like a sculpture. The absence of a rider is appropriate: This is the post-race celebration for Lance Armstrong's last Tour de France.
He's just finished a humbling 23rd in a race he's won seven times. But the mood at