Mark Zuckerberg is one in a million. So why do people keep holding him up as a role model for women? By Gina BianchiniOct 5, 2011 10:09 AM ET
Today's economic chaos is paralyzing many managers with fear. But as Jobs, Buffett, and other business champions keep showing us, risking failure is your only hope. Here's what business courage means now. By Geoff ColvinAug 30, 2011 5:00 AM ET
If Apple board members aren't actively working on CEO succession, it's a problem. But if they are working on succession without the board's authorization, that's a problem too. By Eleanor BloxhamJul 25, 2011 10:52 AM ET
You don't need to play the part of Steve Jobs and take off for an Ashram to become more creative, but two new books leave little doubt that becoming a more innovative thinker requires serious prep work.
By Anne Fisher, contributor
FORTUNE -- Not long ago, creativity guru Todd Henry recommended to one of his consulting clients, a high-ranking manager, that he set aside one hour a week to generate new ideas MOREJul 13, 2011 2:13 PM ET
Sometimes it's not. How to know when to be true to your vision, and when to grow your company at any cost.
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis, contributor
Company founders fall into two categories, according to Noam Wasserman, an associate professor at Harvard Business School. The "king" wants to build an empire and change the world, while a "rich" founder is motivated by financial gains and unleashing a company's growth potential.
Many entrepreneurs look MOREFeb 25, 2011 2:23 PM ET
Brilliant, iconic, visionary, yes. But buzzwords aside, understanding Steve Jobs' success requires breaking it down. Like this.
By Bill Conaty and Ram Charan, contributors
If businesses managed their money as carelessly as they manage their people, most would be bankrupt.
The great majority of companies that control their finances masterfully have no comparable processes for developing their leaders or even pinpointing which ones to develop. While they're disciplined and vigilant on the financial side, MOREJan 25, 2011 11:44 AM ET
One major shareholder is pressing Apple to reveal Steve Jobs' successor at next month's annual meeting. To avoid that kind of showdown, smart companies are tackling the topic before they're forced to.
By Anne Fisher, contributor
Apple has earned its reputation as a secretive outfit, keeping a tight lid on information about its inner workings and plans. So it's hardly surprising that a resounding silence has surrounded the question of who will MOREJan 19, 2011 12:12 PM ET
Have you seen it? Boy! This thing is really the super-coolest, make-you-wanna-droolest gizmological objet d'art around! I'm looking at a picture of one right now. Steve Jobs is holding it, which makes it even more awesome! You can tell that it's light as air. It's very flat. It's got the Apple desktop that we all know and love from our MacBooks and iPhones and iPods and it's gonna play movies and MOREBing - Jan 28, 2010 12:22 PM ET
Today is the day after All Hallow's Eve, more properly known to those who observe the event as All Saint's Day. It's a holiday more honored in the breach than the observance by most people. But I thought it would give me an ever-so-slender hook by which I could suggest those whom I hold in reverence in this great and terrible Oz we all inhabit. In short? Here are a MOREBing - Nov 1, 2007 10:42 AM ET
I suppose it would be germane for me to point out, after all the Applemaniacs got so upset on Friday, that I am devoted to the Apple (AAPL) universe and reside, not on the DOS-based dark side but with the MacForce.
At this moment I own: a 17-inch Mac Book Pro, a 12-inch PowerBook G4, a big old 24-inch iMac, fully loaded, and a little Mac mini with a big remote hard MOREBing - Sep 10, 2007 10:49 AM ET
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