Pop-up shops are becoming more permanent

In brand strategy, short-term retail may not be so temporary after all.  More

What corporate boards can learn from Delaware

Delaware law protects against board abuses by prescribing two well-known duties members owe to stockholders.  More

Can IPO-bound Zoosk be the Netflix for online dating?

Zoosk, an independent online dating service that filed for IPO this week, seeks to cover all the bases with its wide array of features. For users, that may be a bit too much.  More

Let's talk about text, baby

Blackberry (OMG!) and others (O RLY?) see potential in business messaging apps.  More

How many iPads did Apple sell last quarter?

Second most important source of revenue is holding steady at roughly 20% of total sales.  More

Online education, rebooted

Can a roboticist program real human minds? Udacity CEO Sebastian Thrun is working on just that.  More

Memo to tech startups: If you want money, raise it now

The frothy fundraising market may dry up soon.  More

From tale to sale

Thrillist CEO Ben Lerer wants to build a media empire where ads aren't everything. His angle? E-commerce.  More

Big banks lend to corporations over consumers

Lending was up in the first quarter, but that jump has hidden the fact that individuals are still having a tough time getting loans.  More

Vegan cuisine aims for the mainstream

More companies like Chipotle are offering animal-product-free options, and it's not just vegetarians chowing down.  More

Southwest Airlines' profit-sharing payout: What capitalism should be

The Dallas-based airline is giving employees a meaningful stake in the company, just as America's earliest presidents probably envisioned.  More

Mary Barra: GM's fall gal

CEO Mary Barra is taking the heat for the carmaker's ignition problems. Why not instead beat up the people who were in charge when the mistakes were made?  More

This digital marketing startup is growing rapidly

Outside Philadelphia, the digital marketing company Monetate has grown from two employees to 220 in just six years.  More

Why investors are pouring millions into crowdfunding

Is there really much return on a free service that attracts grassroots funding? The answer might surprise you.  More

Pando smears ex-Carlyle pro Bob Grady

New Jersey investment boss Bob Grady gets attacked for no good reason.  More

A comeback for Marx? Inequality debate comes full circle

Thomas Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-First Century has taken the economics world by storm with its revival of the Marxian idea that capitalism will destroy itself, if we don't act.  More

Samantha Power backs Clinton 2016 ... kind of

Ambassador Samantha Power hints at why she wants Hillary Clinton to run in 2016.  Play

Weibo Chairman on IPO: 'We're here for the long term'

The Chinese social networking startup priced low but traded up.  More

The real economy is now doing better than the money economy

Ghost of Occupy Wall Street, rejoice: As more people land jobs, bank earnings are looking down.  More

Campaign Monitor's $250 million round was a long time coming

Campaign Monitor raises $250 million from Insight Venture Partners, six years after the two sides first began discussions.  More

Goldman Sachs fails! Goldman Sachs triumphs!

It all depends on which headline you read.  More

Morgan Stanley's unlikely rebound continues

CEO James Gorman proves that there are, in fact, second acts on Wall Street.  More

Finally gave a damn 'bout a bad reputation

Web-hosting firm GoDaddy is realizing that it must change its tune to attract small businesses.  More

3 big retail trends to watch for

However much technology has disrupted the retail industry, brick-and-mortar stores are here to stay.  More

Retailing 2.0: The humble strip mall is bouncing back

Retail outlets that can't adapt to changing spending habits won't survive. But the evolving strip mall might just make it.  More

Should all interns get paid?

Internships aren't jobs, so the same rules shouldn't apply.  More

FedEx is winning the ground game

As online sales change the shipping business, FedEx stays a step ahead.  More

Chemtura sells seed treatment biz for $1 billion

One Medical Group, a San Francisco-based operator of primary-care physician offices, has raised $40 million in new VC funding.  More

Nadella: Microsoft needs a 'data culture'

In anticipation of walking the walk, Satya Nadella has begun talking the talk.  More

Primary care startup One Medical raises $40 million, plans more clinics

With luxury offices and extra time and communication with doctors, One Medical Group is triaging patient care, one pain point at a time.  More

How many iPhones did Apple sell last quarter?

The analysts' estimates range from 34 million to nearly 43 million. Average: 38.2 million.  More

Google's ad prices are down. So what?

Despite alarmist coverage following its earnings miss, this tech giant is doing just fine.  More

Bain Capital raises $7.3 billion for new buyout fund

Bain Capital already has begun investing from its eleventh fund.  More

10 Questions: Marcus Nelson, co-founder and CEO, Addvocate

On making little bets, reinventing the mundane, and asking others for help.  More

Neil Young's PonoMusic seeks to make high-quality audio portable

"Every time I listened to my music on an MP3 player, I had to turn it off."  More

50 years of the Ford Mustang

Take a drive down memory lane with our favorite photos of the car through the years.  More

China has far bigger challenges than a slowing economy

Growth concerns aside, Beijing must grapple with an unwieldy shadow banking sector.  More

Samantha Power on bringing the war front home

Ambassador Samantha Power joined Fortune's Most Powerful Women community in New York for a discussion on Ukraine, human rights, and raising two children while working with President Obama.  More

Social data as a business is dead. Long live big data services

Recent acquisitions by Twitter and Apple are changing the game for big data startups focused on social media.  More

Unpaid interns in NYC get a few rights. Up next: a salary?

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law a measure that will allow unpaid interns to file lawsuits against an employer for harassment and discrimination.  More

Apple-endorsed racing game Anki Drive revs up with new cars, tracks

Artificial intelligence-driven startup unveils first hardware refresh since launch.  More

At Macy's, lessons from Walmart's failed RFID attempt

Walmart's bold plan to plaster its supply chain with RFID bombed -- but a new "barcode on steroids" might just be a retail savior.  More

10 Questions: Vikas Gupta, co-founder and CEO, Play-i

On teaching children how to program, being comfortable with uncertainty, and the challenges of growth.  More

Level Money wants you to think before you spend

A new service tackles budgeting for millennials by emphasizing the view ahead (and not the one in the rearview).  More

MHS Capital almost done raising new fund

Early-stage VC firm closes in on $75 million.  More

Sorry Milwaukee Bucks fans: Private equity owners aren't much help

The Milwaukee Bucks are getting new owners, but history isn't on their side.  More

This is how bureaucracy dies

Eventually, every firm will discover that it's quite possible to manage without managers.  More

What exactly did bank CEOs earn in 2013?

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon got either a 74% raise or a 37% pay cut, depending on the source. In fact, neither stat correctly reports his 2013 take home pay.  More

Deals of the day: Private equity circles Symantec

Symantec Corp. is receiving private equity interest, following last month's surprise firing of CEO Steve Bennett  More

Mrs. Fields looks beyond the mall

Stale sales are pushing the cookie-maker beyond its traditional base and into an alliance with TCBY.  More

A Coke exec's lessons from an unlikely visitor

One of Coca-Cola's top marketing executives found unexpected lessons about work and life from her Zimbabwean mentee.  More

Welcome to the era of Lego innovation (some assembly required)

Companies, researchers, and governments are creating breakthrough products without having to create any new technology.  More

How the Samsung Galaxy S5 stands up to competitors

Does the new Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone keep its promises? In our review, we find out.  More

The Fortune interview: Rupert Murdoch

In his first wide-ranging press interview in five years, the media mogul opens up about remaking his empire, succession and his children, his divorce, politics, and his new vineyard.  More
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