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Table of Contents:VOL. 155, NO. 10 - May 28, 2007
"Manage" us? Puh-leeze ... The baby-boomers' kids are marching into the workplace, and look out: This crop of twentysomethings really is different. A field guide to Generation Y. (more)
Crazy bosses Fortune's Stanley Bing shares his take on the five types of crazy bosses, and some strategies for dealing with one, from "Crazy Bosses" (Harper Collins). (more)
The $15.2 billion Kinder Morgan buyout is a model for the times. Top managers and financiers get rich, but conflicts abound. Is it fair to shareholders? Fortune's Adam Lashinsky investigates.  (more)
Microsoft claims that free software like Linux violates 235 of its patents. And it wants royalties. (more)
After more than a decade embracing all things western, Chinese consumers are turning more, well ... Chinese. Time to rethink the China strategy? (more)
The Spider-Man movies have made a mint - but not for Spidey's publisher. Fortune's Devin Leonard looks at whether a new studio chief has the superpowers he'll need. (more)
Shaking the Bancroft family tree Court documents in an obscure New Mexico town shed light on Rupert Murdoch's fight for Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal, says Fortune's Tim Arango. (more)
In the wake of's rousing first quarter--profits of $111 million, up 115% from last year--it seems relevant to look back on an article this writer reported seven years ago (Fortune, May 1, 2000). We aimed then to forecast what this five-year-old, hugely innovative Seattle company might look like some years out, say, in 2007, which just happens to be right now.  (more)
Questions for... Netflix CEO Reed Hastings answers your questions about the company's Internet strategy, his role on Microsoft's board, and more. With Matthew Boyle (more)
Value driven Why the bosses (almost) always win in close shareholder votes. Fortune's Geoff Colvin counts the votes.  (more)
The well isn't dry yet Oil prices have been on the rise, but many energy stocks haven't kept pace. Fortune's Jon Birger looks at some surprisingly undervalued companies in a still-hot industry. (more)
Apple isn't the only stock expecting gains from the iPhone craze. Other companies could profit too. Fortune's Stephanie Mehta makes the call.  (more)
How green is my hybrid Fortune's Sue Callaway put the hotly anticipated hybrid luxury flagship from Lexus to the test. Plus: The best fuel-efficient cars on the road (and a few worth waiting for).  (more)
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