The exclusive inside look at why Kevin Mandia revealed that the People’s Liberation Army has systematically hacked U.S. companies. By Nina Easton
Is Apple poised for a rebound, or are its best days a thing of the past? Our writer argues both sides. By Adam Lashinsky
Fighting the digital disrupters hasn’t worked. Can purveyors of serious journalism find a way to join them? By John Huey, Martin Nisenholtz, and Paul Sagan
As the CEO of Exor, John Elkann is restoring Fiat, acquiring Chrysler, and driving Italy’s famous Agnelli dynasty in a new direction. By David Whitford
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Sequoia Capital’s chairman on what it’s like to discover a sublime pastime in middle age. By Michael Moritz
A house outside the city has long been part of the American dream. But that is changing -- part of a profound transformation described in a new book by Fortune’s Leigh Gallagher.
Uncle Sam ahead on the $17 billion Ally bailout? Who’da thunk it?
My love-hate relationship with airlines (I love to hate ’em).
A bold plan for rebuilding our roads and bridges.
Adobe attempts to give the stylus a second life. By Michal Lev-Ram
The duo who created Angie’s List. By Miguel Helft
How Buffalo Wild Wings created an event out of a restaurant chain. By Brandon Southward
At Fortune’s international summit, leaders from 32 countries shared their views on growth and innovation.
An unlikely entrepreneur, “Auntie” Anne Beiler endured family tragedy -- then created the world’s largest soft-pretzel franchise. Interview by Dinah Eng
The bull market was fun while it lasted. But a shift in policy by Fed chairman Ben Bernanke will change everything. By Shawn Tully
The right options strategy can offer investors a relatively cheap and easy way to protect themselves from a market plunge. By Janice Revell