Table of Contents:VOL. 161, NO. 5 - April 12, 2010
How LinkedIn will fire up your career Think of it as Facebook for grownups. And now the social network is about to become even more powerful. Is your profile up yet? By Jessi Hempel
C-Suite strategiesThe U.S. economy may be a bummer, but David Rubenstein, chief of private equity firm Carlyle Group, sees opportunity in China, Brazil, and other developing countries. Interview by Geoff Colvin
There will be oil ... Or will there? How Kleiner Perkins, Goldman Sachs, and other smart investors lost millions betting on Erlend Olson, who claimed to have a new way to find petroleum. By Adam Lashinsky
The truth about green: 25 myths debunkedWhen it comes to what's environmentally sound and what's not, confusion reigns. Fortune clears up 25 common misconceptions about the food we eat, the products we buy, the way we travel, and the energy we use.
By the numbers China's wine boom. By Scott Cendrowski
Closer lookShould CVS Caremark split up? By Mina Kimes
The chartist The 2010 Census is ready to go. At stake: billions in funding. By Beth Kowitt
Most Admired Companies Payroll processor ADP. By Beth Kowitt
The briefing Obama woos CEOs, the Facebook of dieting, and more.
The future is now Hewlett-Packard aims to install a trillion tiny sensors to collect data about the world around us.
Tech@Work A new way to cut your payroll costs. By Jon Fortt
TechmateOpen tech systems should rule, yet closed (Apple!) always seem to win. Which model prevails? By Jon Fortt and Michael V. Copeland
Interview Veteran hedge fund investor Leon Cooperman on how he'll play the market this year. By Lawrence A. Armour
Face-offJ.P. Morgan Chase's stock has returned 82% in the past year. Buy or sell? Interviews by Scott Cendrowski
The way we work Rewarding more employees more often with less money may work better than giving just a few a whole lot. By Telis Demos
Coaching How do I get a headhunter interested in me? Expert advice from Les Berglass. By Telis Demos
Second Act: Joel BabbitNature called, he listened. By Beth Kowitt
How the GOP can make America love free markets again in an era of taxpayer bailouts. By Nina Easton
Memo to President Obama: Fill the Federal Reserve vacancies wisely. Your legacy depends on it. By Becky Quick
Guest columnistCurrent financial reform proposals won't work. A banking CEO has ideas of what will. By Warren Stephens
Snapchat will get bigger, Twitter rants will grow louder, and your boss will learn to Tweet. |more|