whole foods
April 28, 2014
Cover Story

The hugely successful natural-food retailer is expanding into new and unexpected markets -- Boise! Tulsa! Detroit! -- and changing the way the country eats, one kale smoothie at a time. By Beth Kowitt

  • The New Teamwork

    The New Teamwork

    Collaboration has never been more crucial in business. Meet six teams that know how to get things done. By Jennifer Alsever, Jessi Hempel, Daniel Roberts, and Alex Taylor III

  • The dawn of the Chrome Age

    The dawn of the Chrome Age

    Google’s once-underdog browser is now No. 1. And Chrome is making inroads in laptops and TV. The success has made Sundar Pichai, who runs Chrome and Android, a top power in the company. By Miguel Helft

  • Business created China’s pollution problem. Now it needs to fix it

    Business created China’s pollution problem. Now it needs to fix it

    As Beijing finally confronts crippling air quality, it must turn to an unexpected ally to repair the damage. By Scott Cendrowski

  • The Fortune interview: Rupert Murdoch

    The Fortune interview: Rupert Murdoch

    In his first wide-ranging press interview in five years, the media mogul opens up about remaking his empire, succession and his children, his divorce, politics, and his new vineyard. By Patricia Sellers

  • Sheila Bair

    Sheila Bair

    Watch out for those hidden fees in prepaid debit cards.

  • Geoff Colvin

    Geoff Colvin

    Welcome to the era of Lego innovation (some assembly required).

  • Allan Sloan

    Allan Sloan

    How Warren Buffett and Don Graham are saving $675 million in taxes.

  • Becky Quick

    Becky Quick

    Retailing 2.0: The humble strip mall is bouncing back.

  • Closer look

    Closer look

    The People's Republic is placing a giant bet on nuclear energy. Will the U.S. follow suit? By Catherine Dunn

  • Leaders in Innovation

    Leaders in Innovation

    How Major League Baseball aims to maintain its lead in the crowded sports-analytics field. By Daniel Roberts

  • Thought leaders

    Thought leaders

    Shareholder activists up their game. By John Studzinski

  • World's Most Admired Companies

    World's Most Admired Companies

    As online sales change the shipping business, FedEx stays a step ahead. By Caroline Fairchild

  • Road Warrior

    Road Warrior

    Slava Rubin, CEO of crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, on T-shirt marketing, close calls, and in-flight productivity. By Daniel Roberts

  • How I Got Started

    How I Got Started

    Andrés Ruzo launched many a company before succeeding with LinkAmerica. Interview by Dinah Eng

  • Verne Harnish

    Verne Harnish

    Five ways to fend off rising costs.

  • Reversals


    Web-hosting firm GoDaddy is realizing that it must change its tune to attract small businesses. By Adam Lashinsky

  • E-commerce


    Thrillist CEO Ben Lerer wants to build a media empire where ads aren't everything. His angle? E-commerce. By Jessi Hempel

  • Mobility@work


    BlackBerry (OMG!) and others (O RLY?) see potential in business-messaging apps. By Michal Lev-Ram

  • Connected


    Can a roboticist program real human minds? Udacity CEO Sebastian Thrun is working on just that. By Adam Lashinsky

  • Market strategy

    Market strategy

    After lagging small-caps for years, stocks of large companies are poised to outperform again. By Jen Wieczner

  • New GM: Same as it ever was?

    New GM: Same as it ever was?

    As the growing scandal around its ignition-switch recall illustrates, GM still hasn't fixed its problematic culture in the years since bankruptcy. By Doron Levin

  • The cool factor

    The cool factor

    National Portrait Gallery curators take note: Your "American Cool" photography collection is missing some of the coolest people on the planet. By Andy Serwer


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