A 1973 Fortune feature on corporate social responsibility reveals just how much our ideas of how companies should behave have changed.Jun 12, 2013 11:33 AM ET
Appointing Robert Rice as SEC counsel is more than your typical revolving door case. Rather, it could have a chilling effect on the regulator's whistleblower program.Eleanor Bloxham, CEO of The Value Alliance - Jun 12, 2013 5:00 AM ET
The discount retail chain has remained steadfast on giving decent pay and benefits for its rank and file, saving the company – and U.S. taxpayers – plenty of money in the process.Eleanor Bloxham, CEO of The Value Alliance - Jun 11, 2013 10:16 AM ET
The worship of Big Data is nothing new. But the Obama Administration would be much better off to focus on highly local findings, not America's businesses and bedrooms.Jun 10, 2013 12:05 PM ET
Lessons from corporate leaders on how to take your business global.
By David Whitford, editor-at-large
FORTUNE -- At the start of Friday's session on global go-to-market strategies at the 2013 Fortune Global Forum, moderator Geoff Colvin asked the audience for two shows of hands. First, how many of you work for global companies? That covered most of us. Second, how many of you work for companies that aspire to be global? That MOREJun 8, 2013 5:48 AM ET
Fu Chengyu, Jeffrey Immelt and Ellen Kullman on building a sustainable future.
Fortune Global Forum
Innovation: Building a Sustainable Future
Fu Chengyu, Chairman, Sinopec
Jeffrey Immelt, Chairman and CEO, GE
Ellen Kullman, Chair and CEO, DuPont
Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune
June 7, 2013
STEPHANIE MEHTA: Thank you everyone for your patience while we get the set changed. It's now my pleasure to introduce once again Andy Serwer, Managing Editor of Fortune Magazine. (Applause.)
ANDY SERWER: Thank you very MOREJun 7, 2013 2:55 PM ET
Companies that require coworkers who are dating to sign "cupid contracts" are not just being nosy. They're hoping to avoid lawsuits.
FORTUNE -- Dear Annie: I will be a senior in the fall and just started a summer internship at a major financial services company, and something has come up that seems strange to me. A manager in the human resources department called me into her office and gave me a document MOREAnne Fisher, contributor - Jun 7, 2013 5:00 AM ET
Companies like J.C. Penney and P&G are looking to former top executives for their rescue. Will it work?
By Elizabeth G. Olson
FORTUNE -- For all the talk of new executive blood, some big, but flailing, companies like J.C. Penney (JCP) and Procter & Gamble (PG) are looking to former top executives for their rescue. Turning to the tried-and-true can seem like a failure of vision or lack of a talent MOREJun 5, 2013 11:52 AM ET
A startling 45% of executives are either actively seeking a new job or taking calls from headhunters. Can you spot who they are before they resign?
FORTUNE -- It never fails. After every recession, people (especially top performers) get restless, and their employers start fretting about how to keep them from jumping ship. This recovery, although it has come with a feebler job market than most, is no exception.
Not only are MOREAnne Fisher, contributor - Jun 5, 2013 9:41 AM ET
Toy makers see huge potential in China and India, but sales numbers there are still relatively small.
FORTUNE -- While emerging markets tend to have big, young populations, American toy companies such as Mattel and Hasbro have yet to turn them into large profit centers.
They have, however, learned a few things. Barbie, for example, had a bit of a botched debut in China, but, according to a spring report from Euromonitor, MOREJun 5, 2013 7:48 AM ET
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