Table of Contents:VOL. 165, NO. 8 - June 11, 2012
How Tim Cook is changing Apple Steve Jobs' successor is making his mark and trying to keep the Apple magic going. By Adam Lashinsky
Why Shell is betting billions to drill for oil ... here This summer, the energy giant will begin exploring off the icy coast of Alaska - after years of resistance by environmentalists. The payoff could be the largest U.S. offshore oil discovery in a generation. By Jon Birger
Can Mark Kvamme save Ohio's economy? The Silicon Valley native left a lucrative gig funding startups for a post as Ohio's jobs czar. His simple goal: to help a million people. By Tory Newmyer
Fortune 500 series: Indra Nooyi's challenge By the numbers, PepsiCo has done a pretty good job since she took the helm six years ago. So why is the CEO taking so much heat from investors? By Geoff Colvin
By the numbers Endless summer: The rebirth of Coney Island. By Anne VanderMey
The briefing Razor wars, tycoon sailboat selloff, Romney's web push, and more.
Closer look The problem seat on Goldman's board. By Beth Kowitt
The best advice I ever got Andy Cohen, Bravo's senior VP of development and talent. By Caitlin Keating
Executive dream team Chairman/CEO dynamic duos. By Daniel Roberts
Game changers The fall of party bigwig Bo Xilai is good news for China's reformers. By Bill Powell
Road warrior special The CEO guide to business travel. By Caitlin Keating and Alex Konrad
How we got started The founders of pen and lamp maker Levenger are adapting to the Digital Age. Interview by Dinah Eng
Fastest-growing companies Illumina: The future of DNA. By Richard McGill Murphy
High tech's fashion model Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts is making the company into an innovation machine. By Beth Kowitt
Mobility@work The future of TV -- maybe. By Jessi Hempel
Wall Street interview Research Affiliates' Rob Arnott: Going abroad for growth. By Shawn Tully
Analyst face-off Will new drugs pay off in time to counter patent losses for Forest Laboratories? Interviews by Ryan Derousseau
GM chief Dan Akerson Getting the automaker on track again Interview by Geoff Colvin
The (big) bucks behind the Olympics Even before the athletes could be paid professionals who might make millions bringing home a medal, the Olympics were about money
John Cassidy It's time for Europe to choose inflation over austerity.
Nina Easton Class war? Americans dislike inequality, but they don't all blame the rich.
Jack and Suzy Welch Why you should heed whistleblowers.
Sheila Bair The benefits of breaking up Chase.