Xerox CEO Ursula Burns shares how she once accepted a job with Dell but ended up staying with Xerox.
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CEO of Borsheims, Susan Jacques, talks about her career at the helm of one of Warren Buffett's companies.
To strengthen the Afghan economy, JPMorgan and the Pentagon are encouraging international investment in Afghanistan's mineral mines.
Fortune's Alex Taylor III explains the ups and downs of General Motors, America's largest automaker and no. 10 on the Fortune 500.
Watch how potato chips are made in an environmentally friendly way at a factory run by PepsiCo, no. 43 on the Fortune 500.
The elusive Larry Page faces threats from Facebook and Apple as Google, no. 92 on the Fortune 500, looks beyond search.