Table of Contents:VOL. 167, NO. 2 - February 04, 2013
The 100 Best Companies to Work For
From free candy to pet-friendly perks, working at America's third-largest private company is a pretty sweet gig. An exclusive look at the secretive
empire of Mars Inc. By David A. Kaplan
The 2013 list
For the 16th year, Fortune names the top workplaces in corporate America. Seventy-eight of the Best Companies are looking to fill over 65,000 jobs this
Samsung's road to mobile domination
The South Korean company is trampling rivals and gunning for Apple. Can its hot streak last? By Michal Lev-Ram
The judge who rules on business
Jed Rakoff - who bashed the SEC on Bank of America and sentenced Rajat Gupta to prison - weighs in on corporate crime and punishment. By David A.
Book excerpt: American Turnaround
Days after GM went bankrupt, former AT&T CEO Ed Whitacre took over as chairman. He found a company paralyzed by old ways and seemingly unable to
change. In a Fortune book excerpt, Whitacre takes us inside his fight to get General Motors moving again.By Vivienne Walt
A 700-mile road trip in the electric Tesla Model S. By Ryan Bradley
A new system for a new century. By Klaus Schwab
Face to Face
How Jawbone's designer and CEO co-create. By Ryan Bradley
Fortune Global Forum
The Fed's big dollar gamble. By Allan Sloan
Jerome Griffith of Tumi packs his bags. By Alex Konrad
How We Got Started
Andrew and Peggy Cherng bring Chinese food to the mall. Interview By Dinah Eng
Five ways to close big deals now.
Smartphones: The battle to be No. 3
Microsoft and RIM find themselves fighting for third place. By Jessi Hempel
Splunk's Godfrey Sullivan is a CEO who loves to horse around. By Michal Lev-Ram
Holding off on that IPO
SurveyMonkey's CEO is in no hurry. By Adam Lashinsky
The great ETF mega-war
Vanguard, Blackrock, and State Street vie for dominance. By Erika Fry
Life Technologies: Can it rise in a tough market? Interviews by Ryan Derousseau
Cut your exposure to Medicare taxes. By Janice Revell
The case for optimism: How this year could be lucky '13.
My New Year's resolution? To kick my savings habit.
How Goldman Sachs beat Washington at its own game.