With a billion uniques per month and growth of over 50% this year, Google's video juggernaut is minting money and disrupting the media world. By Miguel Helft
CEO David Novak has a formula for developing effective leaders. Now other companies are seeking his secret sauce. By Geoff Colvin
The carmaker's engineering prowess couldn't insulate it from economic upheaval, earthquake, and flood. Now Honda is learning to prize broader business skills. By Alex Taylor III
In an exclusive interview with Fortune, the Hollywood mogul opens up about music, money, art, fame, philanthropy, adversaries, and more. By David A. Kaplan
The former FBI director has become corporate America's top investigator -- but not without some controversy. By Daniel Roberts
Angela Merkel has emerged as the continent's most powerful leader. Now the German Chancellor is seeking reelection to prove that her tough-love approach to fiscal reform really works. By Vivienne Walt
Why investors don't know as much about bonds as they think they do.
Private equity's secret bailout is ending.
The President can save entitlements by reforming them -- but will he?
After record rice harvests, there's a global glut -- and an unlikely savior. By Scott Cendrowski
The Porsche 911: Making (and driving) a truly exclusive car. By Sue Callaway
With supplies tight, the crucial element's price spikes. By Craig Giammona
3D Systems, maker of 3-D printers. By Kurt Wagner
Free cars and a transparent, performance-driven culture draw overachievers to Hilcorp Energy. By Erika Fry
Pitt Hyde was born into a family business -- then founded a company that became even more successful. Interview by Dinah Eng
Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 3 fight for a share of the multibillion-dollar gaming industry. By Matt Vella
Andreessen Horowitz's Jeff Jordan seems to have everybody's ear. By JP Mangalindan
Forget the rivalry Between Boeing's 787 and Airbus's A350. Competition in single-aisle jets is taking off. By Kurt Wagner
CEO Donald Katz turned Audible into a powerhouse, sold it to Amazon, and traded notes with Steve Jobs. By Adam Lashinsky
The oil and gas industry is thriving -- but stocks are lagging. We've found three good opportunities for investors. By Jon Birger
Your municipal bond fund probably owns fat-yielding yet scary debt issued by Puerto Rico. By Janice Revell
Walgreen CEO Greg Wasson is expanding the retailer's mission and taking it global. Interview by Geoff Colvin
Ozy Media, Carlos Watson's ambitious news startup, is backed by luminaries like Laurene Powell Jobs. By Miguel Helft