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How the pandemic fueled the rise of the ‘Buy Nothing’ economy
A greater sense of community during the pandemic led to the growth of movements like the Buy Nothing Project. Can the so-called gift economy keep its momentum?
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BETH KOWITT
July 30, 2021
FINANCE
After IPO, Wall Street weighs in on Robinhood: ‘It’s going to be a roller-coaster ride for that stock’
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DECLAN HARTY
July 30, 2021
TECH
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi on why the ride-hailing giant is betting on flying taxis
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JEREMY KAHN
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KATHERINE DUNN
July 30, 2021
ENERGY
Big Oil is making big profits again. Here’s what they’re doing with the cash
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KATHERINE DUNN
July 30, 2021
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Don’t buy the ‘big data’ hype, says cofounder of Google Brain
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NICHOLAS GORDON
July 29, 2021
FINANCE
Markets fade as investors weigh inflation data and Amazon miss
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IAN MOUNT
 AND 
SOPHIE MELLOR
July 30, 2021
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Ethereum risks it all on going green
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July 29, 2021
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July 29, 2021
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Fortune produced a ranking that gets to the core of why professionals decide to pursue MBAs: to better position their careers and significantly improve lifetime earnings.
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BULL SHEET
Global markets sag as SEC brings the hammer down on Chinese companies
BY 
REY MASHAYEKHI
DATA SHEET
A tale of dual IPOs: The divergence of Robinhood, Duolingo’s debuts
BY 
ROBERT HACKETT
 AND 
DECLAN HARTY
RACEAHEAD
Great expectations: Why it’s time for employers to listen to employees growing demand for change in the workplace
BY 
STACY-MARIE ISHMAEL
TERM SHEET
The dates to watch following Robinhood’s IPO
BY 
LUCINDA SHEN
BROADSHEET
Scarlett Johansson’s ‘Black Widow’ lawsuit could transform the streaming era
BY 
EMMA HINCHLIFFE
 AND 
CLAIRE ZILLMAN
CFO DAILY
DEI, IPOs, and everything else on the radar of CFOs this week
BY 
SHERYL ESTRADA
From Worksheet, our newsletter about productivity
NEWSLETTERS
Yes, your office should have a vaccine mandate
Employers can—and should—require vaccines to get us out of this crisis.
BY 
S. MITRA KALITA
July 28, 2021
NEWSLETTERS
If you’re working while on vacation this summer, this column is for you
BY 
S. MITRA KALITA
July 21, 2021
NEWSLETTERS
Maybe don’t expect a thank you note—and the new rules of hiring
BY 
S. MITRA KALITA
July 14, 2021
LEADERSHIP
Two words from Nikole Hannah-Jones transform workplace diversity
BY 
S. MITRA KALITA
July 7, 2021
NEWSLETTERS
Employers have a tricky legal landscape on vaccines
BY 
S. MITRA KALITA
June 30, 2021
COVID-19 vaccine
HEALTH
Want to eat at Danny Meyer’s restaurants? You’ll need a vaccine first
BY 
MIKE HOFMAN
July 30, 2021
INTERNATIONAL
How Hong Kong’s lagging vaccination drive staged a surprise comeback
BY 
EAMON BARRETT
 AND 
YVONNE LAU
July 29, 2021
BRIEFING
Biden thinks cities and states should give you $100 for getting vaccinated
BY 
MARCO QUIROZ-GUTIERREZ
July 29, 2021
TRAVEL
Airfares skyrocketed when borders re-opened; how long will this last?
BY 
DANIELLE BERNABE
July 29, 2021
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MAGAZINE
Move fast and bank things: Crypto-based ‘DeFi’ takes on Wall Street
The tech rebels behind "decentralized finance" want to change the way the world borrows, lends, and saves. Can they pull it off?
BY 
ROBERT HACKETT
July 29, 2021
MAGAZINE
The Crypto Games: Meet the man who wants to make NFTs fun
BY 
NICOLE GOODKIND
July 29, 2021
MAGAZINE
Where the smart money in crypto investing is going next
BY 
REY MASHAYEKHI
July 29, 2021
MAGAZINE
Crypto traders anonymous: A new addiction takes hold for many as cryptocurrency goes mainstream
BY 
ZARA STONE
July 27, 2021
MAGAZINE
How Caitlin Long turned Wyoming into crypto country
BY 
MARIA ASPAN
July 29, 2021
Politics
POLITICS
Justice Department to IRS: ‘Hand over Trump tax returns to Congress’
BY 
MARK SHERMAN
 AND 
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
July 30, 2021
FINANCE
The man who saved the euro teams with Europe’s most polarizing bank CEO to save the world’s oldest bank
BY 
CHRISTIAAN HETZNER
July 30, 2021
POLITICS
Congress scrambles to extend the eviction moratorium before it expires Saturday
BY 
LISA MASCARO, 
MICHAEL CASEY,
 AND OTHERS
July 30, 2021
POLITICS
Biden’s allies fume over President’s slow action to extend eviction moratorium
BY 
NANCY COOK, 
MACKENZIE HAWKINS,
 AND OTHERS
July 30, 2021
The Path to Zero
ENVIRONMENT
Keeping tabs on climate promises: 2050 is closer than it appears
Faraway-sounding pledges risk diminishing immediate climate risks and urgent environmental objectives.
BY 
GEOFF COLVIN
June 22, 2021
ENVIRONMENT
How the pandemic changed sustainability goals for Uber and Lyft
BY 
DANIELLE ABRIL
June 22, 2021
ENVIRONMENT
How eco-travelers are fueling hotel industry’s sustainability drive
BY 
KRISTIN MAJCHER
June 21, 2021
ENVIRONMENT
The fashion industry’s quest to deliver on its sustainability ambitions
BY 
MARIANNA CERINI
June 22, 2021
ENVIRONMENT
Big tech firms move to tackle the e-waste explosion, but is it enough?
BY 
LAURA PADDISON
June 21, 2021
Inside the 500
FINANCE
A strategy session at 40,000 feet: How Southwest Airlines used the pandemic to outmaneuver the majors
BY 
SHAWN TULLY
June 17, 2021
FINANCE
How Blackstone built the perfect pandemic portfolio in real estate
BY 
SHAWN TULLY
June 11, 2021
FINANCE
How Chewy charmed pets, owners, and investors to become a Fortune 500 company
BY 
JEN DOLL
June 2, 2021
FINANCE
How did Carvana make it onto the Fortune 500? Unconventional values—and car vending machines
BY 
NICOLE GULL MCELROY
June 2, 2021
The battle for talent
MAGAZINE
The battle for talent: Workers have an edge over employers as the pandemic wanes
After more than a year of federal stimulus and remote work, employers face higher expectations from new hires—and their current staff.
BY 
S. MITRA KALITA
June 7, 2021
CAREERS
3 strategies for winning the post-pandemic war for talent
BY 
GEOFF COLVIN
June 7, 2021
CAREERS
The tight labor market has companies reconsidering whether a college degree is a must
BY 
MARCO QUIROZ-GUTIERREZ
June 7, 2021
CAREERS
In a historically strong market for talent, here’s where the best jobs are
BY 
LANCE LAMBERT
June 7, 2021
CAREERS
How to set boundaries at a new job—and why it’s so important
BY 
MCKENNA MOORE
June 7, 2021
Leadership
TECH
How CEOs are tackling the problem of data overload
BY 
JESSICA MATHEWS
July 28, 2021
MPW
Exclusive: Alphabet taps Wendy Tan White as CEO of new robotics company Intrinsic
BY 
EMMA HINCHLIFFE
July 23, 2021
TECH
This former Big Tech CEO is offering a $12,000 relocation package to move to West Virginia
BY 
MICHAL LEV-RAM
July 21, 2021
RETAIL
Can Seventh Generation’s new CEO convince people to return to green cleaners in the age of COVID?
BY 
BETH KOWITT
July 20, 2021
Quarterly Investment Guide
FINANCE
The definitive data-driven guide to buying the best performing IPOs
Analyzing 40 years of data, Fortune and IPO expert Jay Ritter teased out the characteristics of IPOs that deliver for investors.
BY 
SHAWN TULLY
July 8, 2021
FINANCE
The IPO rush is on. Here are the companies that may go public this year
BY 
CHRIS TAYLOR
July 8, 2021
FINANCE
Robinhood IPO: Is the most anticipated listing of the year a buy—or a pass?
BY 
REY MASHAYEKHI
July 8, 2021
FINANCE
The 2021 IPO market in 4 charts: ‘Record-breaking, on fire, historic, extremely active, very busy’
BY 
ANNE SRADERS
 AND 
NICOLAS RAPP
July 8, 2021
FINANCE
How regular investors can access IPOs
BY 
JESSICA MATHEWS
July 8, 2021
Commentary
MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION
With legalization looming, cannabis companies need to prepare responsible marketing guidelines
BY 
KURT SCHMIDT
CORONAVIRUS
What the NFL’s vaccination policy says about the inescapability of politics
BY 
TIM ELCOMBE
AMERICAN INFRASTRUCTURE
The bipartisan infrastructure bill could be a big victory for business
BY 
JEFFREY SONNENFELD
ROBINHOOD
Robinhood’s IPO marks a sea change in finance
BY 
JAN HAMMER
STOCK MARKET
Why gamified trading is good for the stock market
BY 
ERIK GORDON
CORONAVIRUS
The Delta variant surge shows the folly of a normal return to office
BY 
GLEB TSIPURSKY
Features
MAGAZINE
Investors want Exxon Mobil to change. Is it ready?
The company was once at the very top of the Fortune 500. Now, as it slides to number 10, it faces a fight over whether it can hold onto its version of the future.
BY 
KATHERINE DUNN
June 2, 2021
MAGAZINE
Subdivide and conquer: How homebuilder Lennar is capitalizing on the craze for new homes
BY 
SHAWN TULLY
June 3, 2021
MAGAZINE
Inside the ad, ad, ad, ad world of YouTube
BY 
AARON PRESSMAN
June 2, 2021
MAGAZINE
Force of nature: How the unstoppable Marc Benioff fueled Salesforce’s stratospheric rise
BY 
MICHAL LEV-RAM
June 3, 2021
FEATURES
GoodRx helps people afford drugs. But is it improving health care or profiting off a broken system?
BY 
ERIKA FRY
April 29, 2021
Topics
AUTO
Why Volkswagen thinks buying a car rental company will turn it into Uber—but better
5 key takeaways from Tesla’s historic Q2 results that have nothing to do with Bitcoin
Tesla Q2 earnings: Profit and delivery outlook exceed estimates
CAREERS
Scarlett Johansson’s ‘Black Widow’ lawsuit could transform the streaming era
Is it time to rethink the Olympics?
How to build a personal board of advisers
DESIGN
Infomercial king and Ronco founder Ron Popeil dies at 86
3M’s CDO on Leveraging Design During the Pandemic
The latest challenge facing C-suite leadership? Closing the design gap
ENERGY
Big Oil is making big profits again. Here’s what they’re doing with the cash
SEC chair: public companies may soon need to disclose their carbon footprints
Countries are still struggling to agree on coal as COP26 looms
ENTERTAINMENT
Scarlett Johansson sues Disney over ‘Black Widow’ release
What ‘Ted Lasso’ can teach you about leadership
With regulators swirling and investors rebelling, Bill Ackman rethinks plans for Universal Music
ENVIRONMENT
Big Oil is making big profits again. Here’s what they’re doing with the cash
How the pandemic fueled the rise of the ‘Buy Nothing’ economy
Tsunami warning issued for Hawaii after massive 8.2 quake hits Alaska
FINANCE
Global markets sag as SEC brings the hammer down on Chinese companies
SEC imposes new disclosure rules on Chinese companies seeking IPO
Cruise ship stocks get hit after 6 Royal Caribbean passengers test positive for COVID-19
HEALTH
Want to eat at Danny Meyer’s restaurants? You’ll need a vaccine first
Another COVID-19 variant has shown up in Florida as Delta rages on
John Kerry: Businesses are taking climate seriously but ‘we’re in a lot of trouble’
INTERNATIONAL
Global markets sag as SEC brings the hammer down on Chinese companies
The man who saved the euro teams with Europe’s most polarizing bank CEO to save the world’s oldest bank
Markets fade as investors weigh inflation data and Amazon miss
LIFESTYLE
How the pandemic fueled the rise of the ‘Buy Nothing’ economy
Airfares skyrocketed when borders re-opened; how long will this last?
People are abandoning their pandemic pets nationwide as returns to work loom
POLITICS
Justice Department to IRS: ‘Hand over Trump tax returns to Congress’
The man who saved the euro teams with Europe’s most polarizing bank CEO to save the world’s oldest bank
Congress scrambles to extend the eviction moratorium before it expires Saturday
RETAIL
Want to eat at Danny Meyer’s restaurants? You’ll need a vaccine first
How the pandemic fueled the rise of the ‘Buy Nothing’ economy
As the Delta variant spreads in the U.S., mask sales begin to rebound
TECH
A tale of dual IPOs: The divergence of Robinhood, Duolingo’s debuts
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi on why the ride-hailing giant is betting on flying taxis
Don’t buy the ‘big data’ hype, says cofounder of Google Brain
TRAVEL
Cruise ship stocks get hit after 6 Royal Caribbean passengers test positive for COVID-19
Airfares skyrocketed when borders re-opened; how long will this last?
Delta extends frequent flier statuses until 2023
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