The definitive rankings of power and potential in the corporate world.
A billionaire bestselling author, Facebook’s COO is one of the most powerful women on the planet. But what does she really do?By Miguel Helft
Meet a group of executives who don’t sit still. By Catherine Dunn, Beth Kowitt, Colleen Leahey, and Anne VanderMey
The creator and executive producer talks about her growing television empire. By Colleen Leahey
The women on Fortune’s annual list are changing the face of global power. By Rupali Arora
As the social networking service gets ready to go public, Katie Stanton takes stock of her career. By Patricia Sellers
Women remain woefully underrepresented on U.S. corporate boards. Here’s how to fix a persistent problem. By Patricia Sellers
The Teach for America entrepreneur is taking her education model abroad. By Patricia Sellers
John Delaney tried to build a global betting market out of the “wisdom of crowds.” Two years after his death, many who knew him well are wondering if they truly did. By Brian O'Keefe
Brian Krzanich and Renée James both wanted to be CEO of the chipmaker. Now they’ve teamed up to take on one of tech’s toughest tasks: getting Intel inside the smartphone. By Michal Lev-Ram
In which an Omaha plastic surgeon brings to justice those who would make illicit use of his nose-job photographs. By David A. Kaplan
It's been four months since Heinz sold itself to Warren Buffett and 3G. Now 3G is making radical cuts at the $11.6 billion ketchup titan. Will it work? By Jennifer Reingold
Once upon a time, Michael Ovitz ruled Hollywood. Then he flamed out. Now he’s edging back onstage -- as an adviser to tech companies. By David A. Kaplan
Pharmacy benefit managers became a $250 billion industry by promising to save companies millions. But critics say they make out better than their customers. By Katherine Eban
Eighty years after its founding, the Tennessee Valley Authority is once again in politicians' cross hairs. By Ken Otterbourg
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Keystone XL and the dark side of green.
A technology-focused food company shakes up online video. By Paul Adams
How Home Depot benefits from Burning Man. By Catherine Dunn
The media try to keep up in the Internet Age. By Ryan Bradley, Nicolas Rapp, Anne VanderMey, and Marilyn Adamo
Tracy Gaudet’s overhaul of the Veterans Health Administration might transform health care. By Beth Kowitt
Polaris, the top seller of ATVs, is taking on Harley. By Craig Giammona
Steven Wong scours the globe to find the freshest seafood. By Catherine Dunn
Steve Case and Ted Leonsis aim to build the East Coast’s biggest venture fund. By Ryan Bradley
Experiential travel is one of the hottest trends in tourism, allowing you to step out among the fauna. By Scott Gummer
Eric Ryan and Adam Lowry’s Method helped create a new category: eco-friendly cleaning products. By Dinah Eng
Time is running out on 2013. Here are five winning fourth-quarter plays.
Lookout co-founder John Hering is making corporate mobile networks safer. By JP Mangalindan
Assembled Objects founder Adam Pritzker thinks he’s found the secret to marketing anything. By Jessi Hempel
The executive title of the moment is product manager. But what exactly is it? By Adam Lashinsky
Caterpillar is building smarter backhoes, bulldozers, and excavators. By Stephanie N. Mehta
Legg Mason's Bill Miller is rediscovering his winning touch. By Jon Birger
Ira Rothberg of Hennessy Focus thinks Dick’s Sporting Goods can outpace its competition. By Shannon Green
Regular folks can now invest in funds long limited to the elite. By Lauren Silva Laughlin
How to cash in on stock buybacks. By Janice Revell
A shuttered air base is redeveloped with immigrants from Asia in mind.By Adam Lashinsky
We're the most blessed nation on earth, and we're allowing a disruptive minority to blow it all. By Andy Serwer