Table of Contents:VOL. 162, NO. 8 - November 15, 2010
The Dream Phone
The soon-to-be-unveiled Verizon iPhone is the answer to many consumers' prayers. But a deal with Apple will test the company that Ivan
Seidenberg has spent his career building. By Sarah Ellison
C-Suite Strategies: Newark Mayor Cory Booker
The head of one of the nation's most troubled cities is finally making progress. Mayor Booker talks about what he's doing. Interview
Countrywide: How the roof fell in
Angelo Mozilo saw a subprime mortgage crisis coming -- just not for his own company. From the new book All the Devils Are Here. By
Bethany McLean and Joe Nocera
Where are they now?
They once made headlines. Now they thrive behind the scenes. Fortune catches up with business leaders who shook things up, from "Chainsaw
Al" to "Unruly Julie."
Robert Kraft has turned the New England Patriots into a football juggernaut. Now all he has to do is save the NFL. By William D.
By the numbers
Container city. By Beth Kowitt
Where Michael Dell is winning. By Katie Benner
Bambi vs. the American motorist, a kinder, gentler Goldman, and more.
Annals of toilet tissue: When less is ... less? By Beth Kowitt
Electricity storage -- can it work? By Brian Dumaine
How the documentary Waiting for "Superman" misses. By David A. Kaplan
The best new business hotels. By Diane Tegmeyer and Sara Henrichs
Developer and two-time space tourist Charles Simonyi has a far-out plan to change the way software is made. By Adam
A gizmo maker's logical move upmarket. By Michael V. Copeland
Is Goldman a dinosaur?
New post-crisis rules mean it can't operate the way it used to. The surprise: There may be hope for investors. By Shawn
Once-hot Dell is trying to rebound. Buy or sell? Interviews by Tim Gray
How two unlikely partners plan to unleash China's young pharma industry. By Bill Powell
David vs. Goliath
Industry giants, beware! Smaller rivals are on the rise. By Jessica Shambora
How I got started
George Zimmer of Men's Wearhouse. Interview by Dinah Eng
Want to get away with murder? Become a bank. If a bank screws up bigtime, all it gets is a do-over.
By Allan Sloan
It's the ultimate economic experiment: Europe's cutting vs. America 's spending. Who's right?
By Geoff Colvin
Reality check: If campaign finance reform is so important, why hasn't it worked?
By Becky Quick
Stop the Beijing bashing! The health of the U.S. economy depends on trade with China.
By Nina Easton
As the virtual currency goes mainstream, many of the reasons why investors embrace bitcoin could go away |more|