Table of Contents:VOL. 164, NO. 7 - November 07, 2011
Steve Jobs: The biography ... his rivalry with Bill
Steve and Bill were the ultimate frenemies. In this exclusive excerpt from his new book, Steve Jobs, Walter Isaacson shows how their relationship
evolved from a contentious disdain to a grudging respect.
Steve and me
Fortune contributor Brent Schlender shares some of the stories and personal photographs he collected during more than two decades as Steve Jobs'
chronicler and confidant.
40 Under 40: The List
Fortune's 2011 list of the most influential young people in business. The scary thing is, they're just getting started.
The 40 Under 40 portfolio
Meet the Blue-Chip Whisperer, the Comeback Kid, the Car Guy, and others in a selection of stars who have achieved a remarkable amount at a very early
Under Armour gets serious
Kevin Plank took Under Armour from wishful thinking to a $1 billion business. Where is the Baltimore brand headed next? By Daniel Roberts
By the numbers
The dollars and sense behind Occupy Wall Street. By Anne VanderMey
The real GOP debate, health care for Fido, $1 bus tickets, and more.
The growing wealth gap. By Doris Burke
Most Powerful Women
The network effect: Influential women gather for a Fortune summit.
Rémy Martin CEO Patrick Piana circles the globe in style. By Scott Gummer
How I got started
Founder Guy Laliberté tells the story of Cirque du Soleil. Interview by Dinah Eng
Can Danny Meyer's Shake Shack find a home in suburbia? By David A. Kaplan
Finding a good superintendent of schools can be tough.By David A. Kaplan
David vs. Goliath
Three companies try to find their niche among the giants. By Elaine Pofeldt
Tired of reading the same old advice? Here are a few new books that can actually help you run your business.
Check out Zynga's zany new headquarters.By Miguel Helft
Is ZocDoc a tech Rx for overcrowded waiting rooms? By Alex Konrad
Wall Street interview
CEO Vikram Pandit on how Citi is coping in a trying time. By Andy Serwer
Shares of Morgan Stanley have fallen 50% since February. Should you buy? By Anne VanderMey
What really has the 99% up in arms.
Procter & Gamble and the dark art of tax avoidance.
The spinoff boom is a boon for this economy.
Møller-Maersk CEO Nils Andersen
Why his shipping company's prospects are brightInterview by Geoff Colvin